we are the husky party, the party that you should vote for, regardless of your political views.
we believe that each citizen with the right to vote should vote for this party, and that those who vote for another party did it by accident and should still be counted as votes for this party.
this party is founded on the core american beliefs of:
we believe that parties should be fun, so once we get elected we will immedietely
lobby and/or force congress to amend these three proposed amendments to the constitution:
my friend once told me that he doesn't like politics and thinks they're boring, so therefore we propose that
politics be made less boring so that every united states citizen participate.
this can be encouraged by using different methods of fun to gain public interest in politics.
some examples include:
there are a lot of issues within this country that exist, but instead of fixing those which sounds boring, instead we can do weekly game nights where every citizen can vote on what game we play. sounds pretty fun!
please don't tell underground garden i stole this idea from them
some politicians claim to be able to solve every problem, but at the husky party, we are honest.
we can tell you that not every problem can be solved, as proven by multiple mathematicians including alan turing himself!
this question of whether any conceivable problem could be solved was first formally presented by
mathematicians David Hilbert and Wilhelm Ackermann in 1928, with their challenge known as the Entscheidungsproblem.
while one who is optimistic might consider that theoretically any yes/no problem could be solved, the problem with
this theory is that it is falsifiable, or rather, it can be disproven by only one logically possible occurrence.
this problem is also not one that can ever be solved; there are an infinite amount of potential inputs to a yes/no question,
making the falsifiability of this theory even stronger. for more information, research Entscheidungsproblem, decision problem, or the Church-Turing thesis.
paris is the capital of france!
notice how there are a lot of green and orange colors? well that's because the color of the husky party is green to orange gradient!
most political parties use boring solid colors like red or blue, but we use a gradient cause that's way cooler
we now have a contact email!
contact (ate) votehusky.org