I've never been a big fan of the political party system. Partly because it's rare that party even remotely resembles the kind of perspective in government that I think we need, partly because I believe the party system has become a fundamental problem in our political discourse.
The current party system has its roots in the UK parliamentary tradition, where (at first) MPs would form natural alliances in the House of Commons. Eventually that formalized into the current format of parties that exist across time and governments.
How has this become problematic?