Democracy and a successful two-party system require that both parties can be trusted with power, to put the interests of country ahead of the interests of party. The Republican Party has demonstrated recently that it can no longer be trusted. Its refusal to implement portions of the Affordable Care Act, its hostility to union workers in Wisconsin, Ohio and now in Michigan, and its continuing efforts to deny the right to vote and future plans to gerrymander the Electoral College, all these efforts demonstrate Republican untrustworthiness. The GOP must reform itself and do so quickly. Otherwise, it must be replaced by another party that puts the country ahead of partisan power.
- Repeal and Replace the Republican Party (canadafreepress.com)
- The cost of gerrymandering (dailykos.com)
- Pennsylvania Considers Electoral College Reform (outsidethebeltway.com)
- Gerrymander part 2 (bell-book-candle.com)