posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 01:09 PM
I keep hearing that the blame for Katrina's response is at the local, state and federal levels, not to mention FEMA and a host of other people and
actions that led up to this amazingly catastrophic event. And I think it's all true.
But one thing I hear is that we, the people, are responsible because of who we keep voting into public office. And I would agree wholeheartedly that
we deserve the leaders we have, except that I also have reason to believe that the elections were stolen... that the voting was rigged. I strongly
How much blame and/or responsibility can we really shoulder if the votes we cast mean nothing and the winner is decided even before we vote?
People from other countries say, "If you don't like those leaders, vote them out!" Well, I agree. But if the voting system, our last hope to have
some kind of control in this country, is corrupt, how can we vote them out?