There is nothing simplistic about hanging corrupt politicians. They are rather diverse in nature, consisting of a variety of interdisciplinary functions of physics, not to mention agrarian aspects of the rope, dendrology, and the very concept of 'death to tyrants' is one of the finer aspects of American history and world philosophy.<quoted text>You are calling both sides simpletons but you offer a simpleton solution in hanging the lot of our leaders wholesale based on a simplistic and incorrect view that they are all evil.
Now that is good comedy.
It's all a matter of perception. The truth is this: You cannot change them. They will not leave willingly. They will use every nuance and iota of their power to resist, and to retain their power.
If you could name even a few who deserve a sentence revocation, just name them—and I will waste my time proving you to be incorrect. Until then, I stand with experience—they should all be hanged.
The truth in the premise that 'both sides of this particular argument on Topix' are simpletons remains a given. I have wasted more than enough time reading the blathering.
So far, I have not seen you as one of those who have taken a particular side in a stance of 'I am holier than thou' or 'my feces is aromatic and superior'. I could be wrong on that particular stance, and you could correct me rather easily.
Have a nice one.