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Democracy In America Is In Serious Jeopardy

Updated on March 4, 2016

The Donald Trump Super Tuesday wave sweep has unearthed the darkest aspect of politics in America. The Republican Leaders are willing to trample Democracy in an effort to STOP Donald Trump from clinching the nomination. Our Democracy Is in Jeopardy -

As per the latest tally, well over two (2) million people have backed Trump's candidacy with their votes but that doesn't seem to matter to the Republican leaders. As far as they are concerned, democracy simply mean to vote for the candidate they think is best, in the case of the 2016 presidential elections, that means Marco Rubio. Overwhelmingly, the constituents have rejected Marco Rubio but that's not a problem for the Republican leaders. They know better than the people; therefore, their votes, their voices don't matter much. This sort of behavior is found in a dictatorial system.

Regardless your like or dislike for Trump, there is much at stake than just to stop Trump; Democracy is in jeopardy. As a citizen of a free country, to do nothing doesn't make you neutral; you would be an accomplice of a hijack of our democracy. I urge you to tell your Representatives to back off the bandwagon filled with politicians of the darkest era of society. We need to safeguard our democracy even if that means to defend Mr. Trump.

Is it okay to trample Democracy to stop Donald Trump?

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      CJ Kelly 19 months ago from Auburn, WA

      You can't blame the Party for wanting to avoid a general election blowout. It's looking real bad right now. So yes, the people have spoken, but many are not even registered Republicans. For the first time in years, we could lose 5 southern states. Virginia is already lost. So is Fla. Now NC, Georgia and Arkansas are all in play. As of last month, Arizona is leaning towards Clinton. Going to be a long six months for the Party.