Another sham minority rule non election in Athens where abstentions are flushed

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WJABBE

Watkinsville, GA

#1 Jul 23, 2014
Number of registered voters in district 3: 5098

Majority of registered voters in district 3: 2550

Number of votes cast for Link and Watkins: 808 unofficial

Observe the number of votes cast is much less than the majority of registered voters. Therefore how can either candidate "win" this sham election? This is minority rule dictated by a totally corrupt election law written by a corrupt state legislature in Georgia and approved by a corrupt so called Justice Department in DC. No one won this non election because no candidate got a majority of the registered voters votes or 2550 because this number of voters did not even show up at the polls! All the registered voters in excess of 808 who for one reason or another did not arrive at the polls had their votes flushed down the toilet by the corrupt state legislature of Georgia who cares only about the convenience of running government by tiny minorities while totally disregarding the fundamental right of abstention and throwing all abstentions out of the ballot box. This is all a shameful disgrace and an insult to every intelligent citizen and taxpayer. Why doesn't the state legislature allow business to be conducted with a trivial 16% of legislators present? What is the difference?

Our so called democracy has been rendered hijacked by totally corrupt election law which seek to fool the public that an elected official has been duly elected by over 50% of the votes cast when in reality only a tiny fraction of registered voters even showed up at the polls. This is minority rule in patent violation of every fundamental principle of democratic government. It is no wonder our government is such a dismal failure at every level.

Shame, shame, shame on you corrupt so called state legislators who gang rape every fundamental principle of democratic government by writing a totally corrupt election law fostering minority rule. No one is elected or no tax increase legitimately passed, unless and until a majority of the registered voters says so period. The election law is totally illegal and unchallenged and allows an illegitimate government to be seated when it should not be recognized at all because only a tiny minority of registered voters approved it, not a majority as demanded by our Constitution. Shame, shame shame on all of you for permitting this government obscenity in Georgia, and dismally failing to speak up and change this totally illegal election law.

And by the way, what about all the other non registered voters who are also citizens legally and must have representation also? They have also been disenfranchised as have every registered voter who had his abstention flushed down the toilet of government. And you have the gall to call this "representative" government! It is hard to think of a more non representative government!

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