Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Will more people switch parties?

I think that more people will switch parties more frequently than in the past. People used to belong to political parties because everyone else in their family or neighborhood belonged to that same party. With better access to information, individuals are more likely to join a party because of its current platform and not because of its past history. With an increasingly dynamic political landscape, politicians may switch parties as often as they switch spouses. Seriously, I wouldn't be surprised if some folks change their party affiliation several times throughout their adult lives.

2 comments:

Tim Zank said...

Robert, I think the trend is and will be more one of belonging to NO party.

Anonymous said...

You can dream that there will be no parties, but while you do groups of people will still conspire to control the government. You can either sit by and let them do it, or join a conspiracy that's more to your liking.

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