Being Integral does not necessarily mean being either Right or Left on the political spectrum. What it c o u l d mean though, is a willingness to recognize the Good, the True, and the Beautiful in various world views, perspectives, as well as political views. And it might also mean that one finds the ever increasing polarization of the political landscape to be problematic, and to be a threat to the future well-being of the country as a whole.
In fact, one does not even have to be Integral to feel "... that the country needs a forum for people and ideas that are not associated with the left, the right or any political party." According to Dottie Lamm, ".... 70 percent of Americans passionately believes that those politicians who work 'across the aisle' to solve the huge challenges facing our country should not be punished by the extremes in the media or of their own parties. Instead, they should be rewarded for putting their labels aside."
Read more: Lamm: No Labels is the anti-party - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/headlines/ci_16820723#ixzz17w6VHTl8
And watch the video on: http://nolabels.org/#