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35 minutes ago, Harryhands said:

 

Nothing stupid about it.  Who is supposed to elect the President here, the People or the States?

 

Can a state stand up and vote?  Can a state with its mountains and valleys and cities and ranges, somehow get up on its feet and vote.  Or when I say state do I mean the people of that state.  Think about it.

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Just now, Harryhands said:

 

It's out of the hands of We the People alright.  Just one tiny little problem, that's who the government is supposed to be for...

 

In a real democracy.

Somewhere along the line during WW2 we ceased being a real democracy and have allowed our government and its proxies to create an Orwellian society of illusion where we think we have choices where no real choice exists.

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1 minute ago, Whitemajikman said:

In a real democracy.

Somewhere along the line during WW2 we ceased being a real democracy and have allowed our government and its proxies to create an Orwellian society of illusion where we think we have choices where no real choice exists.

 

Very deep but tell us, were we a "real democracy" when most couldn't vote here and many men, and all women and children, were property?

 

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1 minute ago, Whitemajikman said:

Because "we the people" have been divided into a society of red and blue on purpose in order to stop any chance of a combined rebellion.

 

You spend a lot of time worried about the little men behind the curtain.  Has that always been true?

 

 

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1 minute ago, Whitemajikman said:

You have a point.

But that point does not reflect what we have now become.

 

Which is - a plutocracy?  A failed state?  A banana republic?

 

Elites started the place and expected to run it that way.  Not much has changed here about that.

 

You can make a very good argument that we are now too democratic (and that's the problem).

 

 

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9 minutes ago, shintao said:

What would be ANY charge against Hillary if the dossier were wrong?

That she conspired with and paid foreign spies to make up a fake dossier to meddle in the 2016 elections.  The conspiracy also brought in the powerful fbi and doj and helped her by using the dossier to spy on her opponent in the 2016 election.  

 

Where have you been for the last year and a half?

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1 minute ago, stephenmerkley said:

That she conspired with and paid foreign spies to make up a fake dossier to meddle in the 2016 elections.  The conspiracy also brought in the powerful fbi and doj and helped her by using the dossier to spy on her opponent in the 2016 election.  

 

Where have you been for the last year and a half?

You can be assured that whenever liberals accuse a Republican of something, that democrats are guilty of actually doing it. 

 

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13 minutes ago, Harryhands said:

 

Which is - a plutocracy?  A failed state?  A banana republic?

 

Elites started the place and expected to run it that way.  Not much has changed here about that.

 

You can make a very good argument that we are now too democratic (and that's the problem).

 

 

Plenty of our founding fathers would agree with that idea.  If you want to support the notion of too much democracy in this day and age, it's pretty easy:  Trump.  Done.  No way an electorate of wealthy educated landowners elects that piece of sht to the White House.

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4 minutes ago, splunch said:

Plenty of our founding fathers would agree with that idea.  If you want to support the notion of too much democracy in this day and age, it's pretty easy:  Trump.  Done.  No way an electorate of wealthy educated landowners elects that piece of sht to the White House.

Splunch, I think you need to stay in the LO room. Your rhetoric is more suitable for that room. Just my opinion. 

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