The US political system does not have problems, you mistakenly assume that the US political system exists to serve the people. Perhaps you have confused it with the Chinese political system. The US political system exists to serve the 0.1% wealthiest segment of the population and it is functioning perfectly. It's laughable that you think a presidential election between Trump and Biden is meaningful in any way. I somehow doubt you would applaud China as a democracy if the CPC split into the Chinese Social Democratic Labour Party and the Chinese Worker's Party and the two parties endlessly bickered over whether people with penises should be allowed to use women's restrooms while pursuing identical economic and foreign policies. Yet, when this meaningless bickering happens in the US, you take that as a sign of "democracy". I'll leave it to the other forum goers to rip apart your absurd assertion that being a minority is better in the US.Yes, America has oligarchial aspects, it has problems with it's political system. I'm not saying it's perfect. But there is a chance that Trump could be voted out this year and replaced by Biden. Could that happen in China? No. In America you can curse out the President, and say whatever you want against the President online without getting arrested. For minorities and the marginalized, America is often better. For example, if you are LGBT, you can get legally married in America but not China. You have a lot more rights than in China and politicians will pander to you if you belong to certain strategic voting areas.