posted on Jul, 27 2008 @ 04:36 PM
Originally posted by foremanator
I am posting this because I wanted to know if there is something wrong with this idea. I have had this discusion with friends and family and nobody
seems to agree with me.
My idea is this.
Almost everyone in north America has either internet or acess to the internet. Why wouldnt we be able to (as a whole) take over the job's that
politicians do. What I mean is when it comes to voting on policy and law. Why not let the majority decide on these issues.
For example who agrees that these massive banks that are going bankrupt should recieve massive bailout packages from the taxpayers they stole from in
the first place.
Its just a thought. But I wanted to put it out there and get some feedback
Because we have no power
America is in a Constitutional republic
which is not a democracy (SHush ! dont tell the Americans they don't know this)
and Canada is in a socialist democracy
one of these two countries will lose its laws if the North American union proceeds as it surely will as the treaties are already signed sealed and
Many Americans who are self centered and think they are number 1 will find it a hard pill to swallow when they find out that they are the people who
will lose their constitution and laws and that they will be accepting the British based law system of Canada.
which will override any American laws
on the most important issues I believe there should be referendums
so that everyone has the right to vote on an issue, that would be a real democracy.
One thing I can't get out of my mind is that in 2006 When President Bush came to Canada to sign the treaty of the North American Union he was
over heard telling our Prime Minister " I am glad to be back home" ?
this puzzles me to this very day .