This political strategy takes advantage of the primary weakness of the two party system. The primary weakness is polarization by the left and right. The basic situation can be assessed by observing the positions of parties and voters.
As far as parties are concerned; The Democrats occupy the position from center to far left. The Republicans occupy the position from center to far right. Independents occupy the position from mid left to mid right. Various third parties occupy positions from far left to far right, depending on their specific ideology.
As far as voters are concerned; the far left is composed of ultra liberals, communist, socialist and related views. The far right is composed of ultra conservatives, extreme examples of free market, and religious radicals. Numerically speaking, both the far left and far right are small compared to the vast majority of the center.
Polarization is a process that the far left and far right have imposed on the majority, and the first step to stopping it is to understand it. It is fairly simple to understand. The polarization of politics occurs when one side takes a stance on an issue, then the other side takes the complete opposite stance to distinguish its self from the other party. The Republicans and Democrats do this all the time. This, then, sets a precedence which both the Independents and other Third Parties fall right in line with.
For example, the Democrats state a position on an issue. Then the Republicans take the complete opposite. Next, the unimaginative Independents have three choices:
1) Side with the Democrats.
2) Side with the Republicans.
3) Make a compromise between the two.
Finally, the other third parties take their cue from their position they occupy along the political line from left to right. In other words, a third party on the far left will take the Democrats view to the most extreme.
The Polarizing Strategy leaves little room for creative problem solving or fresh consideration of issues. It makes debates over issues very narrow minded and excludes many practical ways to resolve issues and conflicts.
This approach differs by non polarized politics and the willingness to concede to any party on a particular issue if they have the superior solution. However, we will stand firm whenever it has the best method or solution to an issue. We, also, will not support endless debates or pass and repeal legislation tactics. This strategy will strengthen the center by enabling voters to coalesce around mutually conceived political policies.