Joe Scarborough, speaking at Kennedy School of Government, with NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, was asked about his cynicism.
"I'm not actually pessimistic at all, about where the country's going to go. I'm not pessimistic in the least. But I am pessimistic when it comes to the future of the two political parties. I think they're going to blow apart. I think they are going to be irrelevant in the next ten years.
These are structures that were created a couple of hundred years ago to help organize people in a large diverse country. Organization is happening on-line now, every day, every night.
He wraps up after the video below ends, saying, "I think good things are going to happen but it's not going to be easy."
Crossposted from OpEdNews.com.
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