How to fix an election that can’t be fixed

How to make sure the presidential race can be fixed: The two-party system is broken, but there’s no need to rush to the rescue, and no need for a full-blown coronavirus pandemic.

That’s what happened last night.

Here’s how to fix it.

The 2016 election has been a failure of imagination, and I’m tired of the cycle.

We have to change the system.

It’s time to put the GOP in charge of this country and take over the country.

For me, this election is the culmination of a lot of frustration.

I’m fed up with a country where there are so many politicians who are in power and so many elected officials who are not.

There is an incredible amount of corruption and favoritism in our politics.

I am disgusted with the way in which our political system works.

But, I don’t know if the system is rigged, or if there’s something that is actually happening that we don’t understand.

It is possible that a system is not rigged, but it doesn’t look like it is.

There is a clear divide between the Republican Party, the Democratic Party, and the independents, and it’s very clear that this election could be a tipping point.

I think that this will be a pivotal moment.

It could change the course of this election.

If you’re an independent voter, you’ve probably been frustrated with politics in general, and especially with Donald Trump.

It’s not just his rhetoric.

The president has used it to attack all of his opponents, including his own party.

He’s used it as a way to bully the press, to intimidate members of Congress, to divide and conquer.

I’ve had enough of this.

Trump and his supporters have a message.

They’re saying: We don’t need you.

We’re going to win by telling everyone what’s going on in this country.

They want to change everything.

They’ve never had an opportunity to do that.

It seems to be working, and that’s why I think the Republican party is going to have a hard time getting elected again.

I can’t say it’s working for them, but I can say it doesn, too.

I have to admit that I was a little surprised by Trump.

I thought, Well, he doesn’t have a lot to say.

He doesn’t talk very much.

He hasn’t been particularly outspoken.

I don, too, had some concerns with the first Republican nominee for president, Mitt Romney.

He was a businessman.

He was a conservative.

He made a lot more money than me, but he was a wealthy businessman.

I was always told to give the wealthy the benefit of the doubt.

But he was so, so wrong.

And so, when I heard that Trump was going to run for president and that he was going after his enemies, I just kind of thought: No way.

You can’t run on the platform of bullying the press.

You cannot run on a platform of attacking members of congress.

You are a very different person from me.

I could never imagine him being president.

This election has shown me what it takes to actually win.

If I win, I’m going to be the first president in American history to have the lowest disapproval rating in the history of Gallup polling.

I know that the president of the United States has never seen the polls the way I’ve seen them.

He is just not popular, and he is not popular in the way that I am.

We’ve seen a lot in this campaign of anger and frustration, and this election has given us another opportunity to show that there’s a new voice in the country and a new hope.

You can’t just go to the polls and tell everyone what they’re supposed to believe.

You have to listen to what people are telling you.

If you listen to your neighbors and your friends, you have to give them an honest appraisal of the situation, because it is going on all over the place.

And you have got to tell the truth to the American people.

When you’re running for president of America, you’re going on a mission.

You’re running to win, and to take America back.

You know, we’ve had a couple of presidents before who’ve run for office and won, and they’ve been president for two years or more.

But that doesn’t mean you’re not going to get caught up in what people think you are.

We need a president who is going for the long haul.

We are at a moment in history when we have to take a stand and fight for what we believe in.

We cannot allow this presidency to continue.

People talk about the American Dream.

And I think this is a good thing, but if we lose it, the American dream dies.

As a mother, I was shocked by how many young people are dying every single day.

And the only way that