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17 Sep, 2009 21:47

American political parties – a dying breed

The American people are nervous about the future, so they are becoming politically independent, argues journalist and former politician Brent Budowsky.

He believes that political parties in the U.S. are starting to disappear, and it's down to Congress and President Obama.

“The president has the chance to fight for those people worldwide suffering because of current economics. If he does, he can still make a great change historically. If not, the next change will be a revolution and political independence from both the Republicans and the Democrats.”