Dr. Carson answers a question posed to him (“Are you a Republican?”), but he also lends another piece of advice that could change the way people vote.
“I tend to be more conservative. Because I tend to belong to the what I call the Logical Party or the Common-Sense Party. And, conservatism tends to lean more towards common sense than progressivism does.”
Here is the second piece of advice he outlines:
“I actually would favor a voting system, in which there were no political designations on the ballot, where you actually had to know what the person believed. You had to know how they voted in the past.”
What do you think about his proposal? Would you be for an idea like this? It sounds like a “common-sense” way to counter the bipartisan aspect of politics.
People wouldn’t vote for the little (D) or the (R) on the ballot. It would force them to know exactly who they are voting for in to represent them.
Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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