What do you think about a new electoral system outlined in www.2009-de.com?
This is an exceptional idea Dr.Axel Ridder had 40 years ago and never gave up. Nobel Laureate Watson said that he had only one idea in his life and that was the DNA structure. This is the idea to make democracy working better and to give women 50% of the seats in Parliament.
Let's see, a major world war since women got the vote, one past humonguous depression in the 1930s, one in process. Women are even stupider voters than men, who are more than stupid enough.
You want half of Congress to be Boxers and Pelosis? Give me a break.
A viable democracy depends on an intelligent and informed electorate. Never was and never will be.
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