Originally Posted by Taco John
That's like having a real choice between Coke and Pepsi. You're getting one version of cola or the other. Sure, it's a choice, but at the end of the day, it's cola.
There's no real choice. It's all a set up, and when the circus is done, they'll pack it all up and get ready to put an another show in another 4 years, and they'll limit the discussion to those in their show then too.
No, there are billions of dollars, government policies and regulations, judicial appointments, the direction of the national economy, and foreign policies at stake between the two candidates. There are real and significant differences between the candidates that matter to Americans who are going to vote next month.