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[NOTE: I'd love for this thread to remain a 'no ban' thread! Thus, I'm asking that posters be kind, especially when insulting another, and that they remain on topic. Please, no bad language as I'd appreciate and hope that anyone new checking in would find a quality forum.]
ABC News reported the following on '08 Election Night:
From the above post I quote the following, offer an observation:
>>>Obama is performing very well among college educated white voters...Bush won this group in the last 2 presidential elections...McCain didn't attract enough of these voters.<<<
This explains a moderate Republican shift to Obama, as noted by a multitude of GOP endorsements from moderates for Obama. In essence, the far rightwingers were left hanging. I predict they'll reform, they are energized enough and might form into another political party. As a consequence of the Obama election America might finally see a viable three-or four party system evolve when it comes to electing national candidates.
So this is the question for the debate of this thread: IS AMERICA READY FOR A THREE OR FOUR POLITICAL PARTY SYSTEM?
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