- May 30, 2008
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They all say that...Unless their party happens to win of course. There's always a song in there somewhere.. ..72%? That's admirable. Our last national election, 61% of eligible voters voted, and the minority of that won. Why bother? I wouldn't exactly call that "the will of the people".
Speaking as Johnny foreigner the Pie... I love yi Ed in a healthy male hetro way, though you can turn a guys head around, has to be said.So I guess y'all are okay with the coastals in CA and the bigs in NY calling the shots for the rest of the country....
That's why the Electoral College works... Vast of the country would NEVER have a voice....
Agree, disagree, rat's ass, whatever.... Just is....
We are not a democracy....
No disagreement from the disagreeable one. For me & a lot of old muso's I know, hold that band in high regard. Right pity there is so little footage of them.I know that others will disagree . but I think that Brand X was the best project that he was ever involved with
It's a matter of numbers. Do you know anything at all about the Electoral Vote here?They all say that...Unless their party happens to win of course. There's always a song in there somewhere.. ..
It's an oligarchy.the term that I like is " Corporatocracy " . although it's really just a Big Bank Ocracy
a big illusion that we're all living in . I'm glad that I realized this at a very young age . or I'd probably be taking the Christmas lights down off my suburban home right now
If you want to talk lies Dom just take a look at the party you voted for and you'll soon understand one of the reasons why they were totally annihilated..I didn't believe the populist lies, Phil
And also take a look at how many EU countries vote while we are about it...It's a matter of numbers. Do you know anything at all about the Electoral Vote here?
It's an 19th century holdover from a slave economy. That's human trafficking in more unsavory, but accurate, terms. Take a gander at the map I posted and get back to me. If you think that's equitable representation then I'm not sure about your understanding of statistics.