Common enemies create temporary unity. The American public retains the power in America, regardless of how rich and powerful Washington and its cronies are. That powerful public, though divided by the near-identical bipolar DNA that news-infotainment and Churchianity hold in common, is being stirred to action.
People are pooling money. Tea Party rallies attract Democrats. Pundits comment on “third party” options—even if they dismiss the options, they comment nonetheless. But our infighting hasn’t stopped.
America’s third party won’t be consummated by rallies or funding, but by a grandpa who understands the family and knows the murky river’s fordable crossing.