why do right leaning posters ruin every rule they can?

so you claim there is no differance between the term democracy and the term direct democracy?
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Direct_democracy

read it fucktard



Direct democracy


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Direct democracy (also known as pure democracy)[1] is a form of democracy in which people decide (e.g. vote on, form consensus on, etc.) policy initiatives directly, as opposed to a representative democracy in which people vote for representatives who then decide policy initiatives.[2] Depending on the particular system in use, it might entail passing executive decisions, the use of sortition, making laws, directly electing or dismissing officials and conducting trials. Two leading forms of direct democracy are participatory democracy and deliberative democracy.
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy


now read this asslick





Democracy


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia




Democracy is a form of government in which all eligible citizens participate equally—either directly or through elected representatives—in the proposal, development, and creation of laws. It encompasses social, economic and cultural conditions that enable the free and equal practice of political self-determination.
 
These social network squabbles, complaints about management, and republican kissy faces with this creep evince belong in off topic or war zone forums and not here. There is never any debate or genuine left-right arguments here but instead, just the same bullshit clique back and forth between people who obviously know each other socially away from the computers.

The political forum has become a social networking joke and it's always desh this and desh that as the forum republicans continue to make a superstar out of this vile mouthed creep.
 
Now go get the quote you seem to know but know nothing about

STY has the quote wrong. Franklin responded to the question as to what kind of government had been formed with "a republic, if you can keep it." That said, idiots like you try every day to prevent us from keeping it. Try to respect your precious democracy a bit by acknowledging that the majority of this site think you are a sociopath, a moron, and incapable of meeting the Age 14 requirement on this site in order to participate.
 
These social network squabbles, complaints about management, and republican kissy faces with this creep evince belong in off topic or war zone forums and not here. There is never any debate or genuine left-right arguments here but instead, just the same bullshit clique back and forth between people who obviously know each other socially away from the computers.

The political forum has become a social networking joke and it's always desh this and desh that as the forum republicans continue to make a superstar out of this vile mouthed creep.


Superstar ?.....the only thing the forum Republicans do is expose her for the idiot she is....over and over and over and over and over again.
 
http://myfox8.com/20....tigate-russia/



WASHINGTON — A leading Republican lawmaker is calling for investigations into alleged Russian cyberhacks during the US election despite President-elect Donald Trump’s repeated calls for warmer ties with Moscow.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican and one of the chamber’s most experienced foreign policy hands, said the attempt by a foreign country to interfere with the US voting process needs better understanding and a vigorous response.
“Assuming for a moment that we do believe that the Russian government was controlling outside organizations that hacked into our election, they should be punished,” Graham told reporters Tuesday. Referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Graham added that, “Putin should be punished.”
Graham, who wants the hearings to examine all Russia’s “misadventures throughout the world,” has the support of colleagues on both sides of the aisle. As other Republicans issued warnings about Russian activities, the hearings could become a source of tension between the GOP and the new President.
“You could see, going forward, a Congress that’s really at loggerheads with the White House on policy toward Russia,” said Angela Stent, director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies at Georgetown University.
Graham, who ran against Trump in the Republican primaries, admitted that “clearly Donald and me have issues.” But he added that he’ll do “everything I can to help him because he will be commander in chief in dangerous times.”
Russia, Graham said, is a “bad actor.”
To that end, Graham said hearings into Russia’s activities should also address Moscow’s annexation of Crimea and interference in Ukraine, its cyberattacks against US allies, and examine whether Russia is guilty of war crimes due to its intervention and bombing campaign in Syria.
 
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