Unhappy With Your Current Political Options?
Do you find it difficult to associate yourself with either of the two major political parties in the United States today?
Are you uncomfortable with the extent to which the right wing populists, and economic nationalists control the Republican Party and the far left wing controls the Democratic Party?
Do you often find yourself more comfortable with the Democratic Party on social issues and mainstream (as opposed to populist/economic nationalist) Republicans on economic and tax issues?
Do you find some aspects of the libertarianism appealing but feel that the government should play a larger role than the libertarians support?
Are you frustrated with the way the electoral process tends to present the independent voter with, at best, the lesser of two evils?
Are you dismayed by the Democrats antipathy for free markets and the tendency of the Republicans to be more pro-business and protectionist than pro-free market?
Are you upset by the willingness of both parties to hand out favors to special interest groups in return for money?
Are you frustrated with the inability of our elected officials to hammer out reasonable compromises?
Are you afraid to vote for third party candidates because it will only succeed in electing the Party you like the least?
Do you feel that divided government may be best because you don't trust either party to govern responsibly?
If you answered "yes" to most of these questions, you may have found a new home with a centrist political party made up of like minded people who want to see the political process work and who do not view themselves as fully liberal or fully conservative.
Here's What to Do
Please read the Concept statement and review the Party's Platform. Let us know how you feel about the issues raised by clicking: Strongly Agree, Agree, Disagree, Strongly Disagree, Not Sure, or Don't Care, at the end of each plank.
If you like the Concept and the Platform, please join the New Independent Party and add your voice to ours. The first task is to demonstrate that we constitute a powerful voting block.
Join in the Discussion
Members and interested visitors are invited to participate in the discussion board on this web site. If you are interested in participating in the discussion go to the New Independent Party Blog section.
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