“There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the Republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other.”

-John Adams

America’s political system is broken. Grounded on tribal politics and the core value of winning, the two major political parties and the political industry are the root cause of America’s divisive society and eroding democracy.

Partisan politicians who have taken the Oath of Office to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic” are instead steadfastly devoted to advancing and preserving their political party’s power. The strict allegiance to tribal politics and a blind commitment to ensuring the opposing party’s defeat fuels the constant escalation of partisan conflict and tribal hostilities. The two political parties have become America’s enemy “within the gates”  that are tearing our country apart.

It is unlikely that most Americans realize that the Democratic and Republican parties (DNC and RNC) are private corporations and have no foundation in America’s Constitution. The two parties have established a mutually beneficial political duopoly to polarize Americans and paint them into opposing red and blue corners. NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley stated, “our system is set up where our politicians, whether they’re Republicans or Democrats, are designed to make us not like each other so they can keep their grasp of money and power." "They divide and conquer."

In 2017, a Florida judge dismissed a class-action lawsuit against the DNC brought by supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders over the handling of the 2016 presidential primary. The court ruled that the DNC is a private corporation and that voters cannot protect their rights by turning to the courts. The DNC asserted that the primary election belongs to the people who control the party, not the voters. DNC lawyers argued that the Democratic Party doesn’t owe anyone a fair process and that it has every right to disregard its own rules or interpret its rules how it wants because it is a private organization.

In order to protect their corporate interests and grip on power and money, the DNC and RNC have directed a decades long expansion of the multi-billion dollar politics industry. Corporate media, richly paid political consultants, and the two major political parties trade self-dealing inducements to advance each other’s business objectives. Households are relentlessly bombarded with predisposed news and messaging designed to foment fear, anger and hate that divides America into Republican and Democratic tribes.

The Republican and Democratic parties have established a closed political system. As the de Facto Gate Keepers, they determine who can serve in our government, who can vote in elections, who can have a voice on important social and business issues, and who can determine policies that govern our daily public and private lives.

Political candidates must abide by carefully scripted party rules and kiss the ring of party leaders in order to be considered for party endorsement and to be deemed the chosen candidate. Freshly selected candidates are immediately indoctrinated into their party’s tribal culture and must remain in lock step with party directives, marching to the constant drum beat that the opposing party is the enemy, the opposing party is all bad, defeat the enemy, win at all costs.

Long gone, and forgotten, are the days when citizens selflessly stepped away at personal expense from their private lives to become public servants, offering their expertise and wisdom accumulated over years in their career. They came dedicated to solving difficult problems to improve the lives of others setting aside personal differences to work together for the common good of our country.

Instead, America has become a society governed and controlled by self-aggrandizing career politicians. Not necessarily the best and the brightest, they only seek to preserve their own access, privilege, and political careers.

Despite hypocritical partisan outrage over restrictive voting laws, both parties are intimately engaged in voter suppression to maintain control over America’s political process and to advantage their party’s candidates. Independentvoting.org estimates that twenty-five million Americans were barred from voting in the 2016 presidential closed primaries because they were not a member of a major party. America’s rigged political system has resulted in a “restricted democracy”.

America’s two political parties have stolen democracy from its citizens. They have transformed America's political system into a corrupted political oligarchy grounded on the core value of winning where anything goes in order to win.

It is time for everyday citizens to standup together as Multipartisan Revolutionaries to reclaim our government from the self-dealing career politicians.

Multipartisanism is the movement to protect America's Democracy and to restore integrity in our political system. Multipartisans pledge to abide by a code of conduct that is guided by America's Constitutional Values, to recognize our common humanity, to respect each other, to seek national unity, and to work together to improve our society as social servants.

America can recover from its decline to reclaim its eminence as the world’s respected Democracy and leader. Multipartisanism will enable citizens to join together who are guided by America's constitutional values and devoted to protecting Democracy and restoring integrity in our political system.

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"I want to hear of Elections. If these are made with as much Gravity, Sobriety, Wisdom and Integrity, as were discovered in the Convention and among the People, in the whole Course of this great Work, Posterity will be happy, and prosperous."  -John Adams


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