Is democracy a failed system?Specially in states where majority of people r uneducated, poor losers?
Democracy isn't a failed system just because the person one voted for didn't win. Every state has cities, towns, and county elections throughout the state. Most key elections are local.
In order for democracy to fail it would mean people no longer wanted to hold elections or vote for their government officials.
by ptosis5 years ago
"A constitutional amendment, which requires a two-thirds vote in both houses of Congress (or a Convention under Article V of the Constitution) and ratification in three-fourths of all fifty states, would be...
by Kathryn L Hill17 months ago
Democrats expect people to pull together to help one another in a collective way. They do not realize this system removes a certain amount of individual freedom through raising taxes. Republicans want to empower the...
by James Packard3 years ago
Should voting be mandatory in the U.S.?President Obama said Wednesday mandatory voting would be "transformative", referencing a potential change in how money is spent in campaigns. There might be less vying to...
by Michele Travis5 years ago
Why does the United States have an Electoral College?Every 4 years, Americans vote for a president. After the people's votes are counted, one candidate is the winner in each state. Then that candidate wins all the...
by Marcy Goodfleisch15 months ago
Is the Electoral College obsolete in American elections?The popular votes and the electoral votes in the 2016 election differed. What do you think should happen to the electoral college?
by yellowstone87506 years ago
This country is supposed to allow dissent, but it seems the Right always says "love it or leave it.'" What does this show? Those of you that are conservatives, and use this phrase, is it not a little...
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