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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David S. Broder is best known for the twice-weekly political column he writes for the Washington Post, where he has been on staff since 1966. Before joining[…]

Broder thinks there is room for an Independent party.

I think there is clearly room at this point for a third party because the Democrats, since they’ve taken control of Congress, have done very little to build public confidence. The public approval ratings of Congress are as low now as they were before the 2006 election. The Republicans are carrying the burden of the Bush administration. I think it’s wide open for an Independent or a third party candidacy.Recorded on: 9/13/07