Steve Holland and David Alexander
Reuters
November 9, 2011

Senator John McCain predicted on Tuesday a third political party will emerge in response to Americans’ economic frustrations and said it might as well be called “the Fed-Up Party.”

The Republican Party’s presidential nominee in 2008 raised the possibility of a third party about a year ago, but his comments on Tuesday suggest he has hardened his views as polls show Americans increasingly disillusioned with Washington politics.

The 75-year-old McCain may now be the most prominent politician forecasting Americans will look to another party to compete with Democrats and Republicans.

“Unless both parties change, then I think that it’s an inevitability. We aren’t doing anything for the people,” McCain said in blunt remarks at the Reuters Washington Summit.

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