Here's the Horse Sense: The parties have fooled Americans into buying their rhetoric. The fact is that they have taken control of the system by setting themselves up as the arbiter of who can decide what's best for America... and it's not the voters!
There's a critical problem in America that must be dealt with if Americans are ever going to turn this nation around and put our government back in the hands of the people. America's problems are more than just the government being out of control. Both Republican and Democrat political parties are out of control. And by "out of control" I mean:
- that they are doing things are amount to nothing more than insanity
- that we, the people, have lost control of the parties
Don't get caught by the rhetoric they're trying to sell you. They want you to settle down and just think, "Oh yeah, I guess I was wrong. The parties are private organizations and they can set the rules the way they want."
This isn't about whether a current candidate follows the rules set up by the Republican party. This is about those in control of the Republican party setting up a system that has disenfranchised voters and taken away their right to choose their candidate.
Where's the outrage? Which candidates are standing up for your right to choose who will be your candidate? Do you realize that by not allowing you, the voters, to choose the candidate, that results in you not having a choice in who runs our government?
Only one candidate is speaking out about this. His detractors are saying he's whining. But he's so far in the lead that he's the only candidate that has any chance at winning the nomination through the voice of the people. That candidate, obviously, is Donald Trump.
And Trump has written a very interesting op-ed for the Wall Street Journal that every voter should read. It talks about how the right to vote for the Republican nominee was taken away from the voters in Colorado. That op-ed is called Let Me Ask America A Question and in it Trump says: