It is about more than elections. It is about who does the electing and the real nature of the candidates vying for election. We have but two parties and, when it comes to the underlying basics, who gets money and power and who does not, they are pretty much in agreement. That is why meaningful change does not happen. If people are ready to really tear the system apart, examine how it works and what it produces, then there will be meaningful discussion of what needs to be fixed and how it should be fixed. Do you remember Hillary and other democrats saying last cycle that this country is already great? That should have been a clue as to what is really wrong. Great for who should have been the rejoinder but hardly a word of decent was heard–a sigh of a herd rather than a voice at the end of a deep and honest thought process that might lead to good sense.