Watching the debates I thought of the book "The pearl" by Steinbeck. Maybe you've read it in school. What I remembered was this village of pearl divers had two buyers that bought what pearls the divers found. Problem everyone knew both buyers worked for the same person and the barter back and forth was just show.
When thinking how third party candidates are black balled from debates were only going to hear what we deserve until we insist all ideas get heard.
I remember George Wallace said there isn't a nickel's worth of difference between the two parties. When listening to some of the third parties ideas I believe it.
Johnson wants to abolish the FED. Now there's an idea worth listening to.
Tracers work both ways.