Progress vs. Reform Politics

A progressive political party assumes a progressive agenda.  Issues are defined, solutions presented, and candidates offered.  A progressive political party stands on well-defined and articulated issues and policies.

A reform party changes democratic institutional structures and paradigms.  Reformed institutions provide leadership that defines and resolves political issues.

MARP is about government reform, not progressive issues or agenda.  The object of that reform is middle America governance.  New leadership, from reformed democratic institutions, define, articulate, and resolve political issues.

MARP is not about any single or set of political issues.  MARP is about middle American governance.  MARP is about letting middle America, be middle America, by governing  America, however that turns out.

Bad service requires more waiters. Fires everywhere requires more fighters. Crime requires more police. Elected oligarchy requires more congresspersons. Elected monarchy requires more presidents. America lacks governance? Keep the congress and add 11k more. Keep the president and add 8 more. Democracy disperses power. Autocracy consolidates power. Step it up, America.  Be proactive. Check out plan-b.

Citizen is coach to team democracy.  Coach is responsible for success.  It’s your call, coach.

Seeking presidential candidate (for one of 9 elected executive branch presidents) 2016

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#g7780 democracy shares power. 535+1 autocracy is unshared power. Citizen is coach to team democracy. Coach is responsible for success. It’s your call, coach.
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