Should Millennials form their own political party? | The Tylt
A Reuters/Ipsos poll found Millennial support for both Democrats and Republicans has dropped dramatically in recent years, and some are urging young adults to form their own party. Republicans are insane, Democrats are out of touch, and Millennial socialists have been dominating in the primaries. Bernie Sanders, a Millennial favorite, ran as a Democrat in 2016 but returned to the Senate as an Independent. Should Millennials just form their own political party?
Should Millennials form their own political party?
Millennial Democrats are discovering that the way to change this country is not to rock back and forth between the Republican and Democratic establishments. It is to wage war on the primary level and WIN.— Progress of a Kind (@ProgressOfAKind) June 28, 2018
We don't just need more Democrats, we need better Democrats.
That said, the Democrats are far more morally consistent than the GOP. They at least believe in the social safety net, and they can be negotiated with and pushed toward compassionate outcomes, unlike the increasingly radical GOP.— Joy Reid (@JoyAnnReid) January 16, 2018
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