The line between the two main parties sure is a blurry one. Rage Against the Machine did a video with footage from the 2000 Election where Bush and Gore come from the same mutant released by aliens to conquer Earth. Pretty interesting stuff. I'll try to find out the name of the video. Still, the two parties do have their differences. Many times, they are very small and unnoticeable, but they are there. The Presidential and Senate races from 2000 were just soo close that the parties almost forced themselves into moderation. No one (winning) politician loudly expressed his views unless those views pleased the other guy's supporters. Yeah, the "Disgruntled" Party seems to be made up of the extremists on either sides. The Libertarian Party would be a pretty good choice for the strong third party. They do support very little government, but that's what the nation was founded on. Remember the whole Revolution, because of the overextended powers of government? The reason for little government interaction is to prevent that scenario. It's sad that the only guidance politicians have is how to get reelected. They should write legislation because it helps the nation stand, not because it gets them back on Capitol Hill. Of course, in a sense, that's exactly what they were made to do -- they exist to listen to the opinions of people. The same people, coincidentally, elect the politicians. So, what the people want should be for the good of the nation. Just too many of them remember the good of themselves, first.