If we consider that there are two solutions to a problem, a right one and a wrong one, then two parties would be enough. Either side would be right on some issues and wrong on others, and the decision would be between which party was right more often than wrong. Unfortunately, this is not how the world works. As we all know, there are few times when the solution to a problem is black and white. What if there are more than one way to solve a problem? What if the ideas of both parties are good answers, but one is better? The problem with two-party politics is that everything is simplified into black and white, or blue and red, by partisanship, which makes it much more difficult to come to an effective solution. Introducing more viewpoints will only give us more ideas from which we can choose the best one.