• We had to

    We have a Twitter by Matthew the gold in a half a month ago that you had to be in the United by your day the best and you had the opportunity of your the best of the day of and you will be a able and a long and beautiful you have to have the day of the gold you have the gold you can be in the best and best for your best best day of your life will have you and I have the gold and gold in the best of your gold and you

  • A b c

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  • Democracy is the best

    Democracy is the best sort of governmental system because you get the right to speak and the right to vote you get the right to do anything you want. But you have to make the correct, right and the best possible choice there is. People should give democracy a second chance.

  • Democracy isn't scalable

    First, the USA is not and has never been a democracy. Our goverment is a republic. Learn the difference. A democratic state is or could be a wonderful thing on a small scale. Small enough that everyone knows everyone else, like a small town. But on a large scale it is inherently unfair to small segments of the populace. If you're not in the small and don't know they exist or what thier problems or concerns are how could you possibly be fair with your vote.

  • It depends upon which kind of democracy it is...

    Democracy comes from the word Demokratias, which means: For the people. Fortunately, some countries still understand and abide to this belief that people can take care of themselves, do their part, and equally share rules for each other; basically rule in favor of them and posterity. They basically still believe that a democracy, is a society of which everyone has a part.

  • Of Course Not:

    Democracy, true democracy, is never fair because all voters are biased. While this sounds like an obvious statement what is wrong with this isn't that there is bias so much as there is ignorant bias. For instance if votes vote on tax matters what percentage of those voters know anything about taxes? Probably not many. So when they vote relating to taxes they are voting in their favor solely based on what they do know regardless of the long-term effects relating to the idealization of the particular ballot items.

  • It honestly depends on which form of democracy

    While I believe at one time a representative democracy was necessary it is no longer so. I say this because when this country began communication, nor technology were advanced enough to receive an individual vote from the entire populace. Now on the other hand a representative democracy is pointless because a massive vote can be processed with out a middle man to make the final decision for us. So in conclusion a representative democracy is

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