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I can't even read this. I am so outraged at his "presidency". I didn't vote for him either. I was on my way to vote for the woman! And was thwarted by a double line of fake officers. Members of Harper's regime. He fought his way into that house, he didn't get voted in, nor did he win. So sad. So glad this eight years is almost over. It's been a fucking nightmare and I am glad to still be alive today.
Her profile says she's from New York. I'm not sure what she means by "he fought his way into that house, he didn't get voted in, nor did he win" when Obama was the clear winner.
Possibly dual citizenship, I suppose? Or someone who changes residency for school/work?
Democrat vs Republican is irrelevant. They are just false labels put on an overarching corporate control mechanism. If you look at what many presidents have done going back throughout our history, you will see how the Constitution and the Bill of Rights have been trampled on. We as individual citizens of the US are not required to know much about these documents, but if you start to look at them, you become appalled at what has been happening for many long years now. There are free courses from Hillsdale College if you want to learn more. http://online.hillsdale.edu/ You will start to see with clearer eyes.
is there a course on the instigation of mob violence
for a specific result/agenda??
I'm sorry people near you insist on repeating stupid lies: but that's all that they are. Obama is not, and has never been a Muslim. Obama is not, and has never been a Marxist: in fact his beliefs are pretty much the opposite of Marxism (he favors privatization in most cases, and does not much like unions if his response to Walker's crackdown is anything to go by). He is a moderate, or possibly even right wing (depending on who you ask, and how you evaluate his actions as president & as senator from Illinois) Democrat. Honestly, many Democrats, myself included have gotten rather disappointed with the party as a whole lately: largely, though not totally, due to Obama and his ilk. So you can tell your neighbors to stop beating a dead horse the next time they ask you "did you know Obama is a Muslim Socialist?". It's old news, even Fox News has moved on to fresher fare.
I don't care for either side. I don't care for the system as a whole. I don't like the idea of democracy. Its a government run under mob rule and most people are stupid and easily lead to vote for things that are not in their best interests simply because they did not take the time to research all the true facts before voting. I actually want to see a one world government that follows an almost identical version of our current constitution, but instead of having the rabble vote for a new leader every few years. Have the government be run by a small group of something like the 10 smartest people on the planet and give them semi-dictatorial rule. They are allowed to make almost any law as long as it fits within the guidelines of the constitution. If it doesn't then that's when the general public can speak up and ask for a vote on it. Also if the majority of the public thinks their leaders have become corrupt, which is bound to happen at some point. Then they can hold a vote to have them all replaced with the next smartest people under them. So basically it would be in their best interests to stay on the peoples good side lest they be replaced.
But that's all just a general idea of what id like to see. There are a lot of other factors I've accounted for but don't feel like going into at the moment.
That's exactly what the system already does.
Who's to say that the "ten smartest people in the world" would not become corrupt, particularly given dictatorial powers? Which individuals from which countries would be allowed this honour? What form of constitution would be considered 'universal' enough to work for the entire world, with its diverse belief systems and customs?
If the general public were allowed to vote on things, the most populous cultures would overcome those with the fewest numbers.
As for getting to choose the 'next smartest' people in a group, that's what elections are. Don't like your current leader? Vote for a different one in the primaries. We already have that power. Theoretically the politicians already know that they could be replaced, but they've programmed the population to vote for them anyway, so they never get ousted.
I would say that the better way to run things would be small communities governing themselves. Fewer politics, more real-world dealings.
Just had to add this; http://chronicle.com/article/Obama-Puts-Tennessee-s/151081/?key=HGt...