posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 04:26 PM
reply to post by GradyPhilpott
Legal, yes, no question about that, because they make the laws. Money has no earmarks. But is it fair?
Is it fair that only richest can run the state, not the educated, or the bright minded ones.
US "elections" are most difficult to understand in the world: All these primaries, delegates, and from state to state hopping regulations... Ive
understand that even getting your name to ballots can be most difficult to do, even that you are a legal candidate. Is that democracy?
One year full of TV shows and debates, advertising and fear mongering... Is that needed to run a country with wisdom? Or is that happening only to
turn your mind away from the real issues, to blind you to think that you can affect to something... Whats behind the sword, who keeps it in their
Russia, witch is much more bigger country than USA make their elections in one day. 70% of the voters, who represent over 50% of the population ( In
USA i have understand that 1% makes the decisions for rest of the 99% ) make their choice in peace and understanding: No rigging news has exposed
after, and 300 international observers give their blessing.
Thats the way to rule empire with democracy, and my all my 100 Russian friend likes the way their government rules their country. Sorry. I Can not
same with you guys...
I see that USA is the most corrupted government these days. Rules and regulations are made to serve only the richest and greeds, is that legal?