Democracy and the Voter
Posted in the Overland Forum
#1 Apr 9, 2014
"The best argument against Democracy is five minute conversation with the average voter."
When one casts their vote not on the character of the candidate, their contributions to the city, community and society but as told to by their union bosses who believe they are too weak and dull-witted to evaluated the candidates themselves do a disservice to the men and women who have died to preserve this Country.
How sad to vote blindly and without deep thought. Anyone who castes a ballot based on what someone told them to do without evaluating the candidates independent of this influence does not deserve this sacred privilege.
#2 Apr 11, 2014
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