posted on Jul, 28 2008 @ 01:28 PM
In principle, our votes represent our 'voice'.
The electoral college removed our voice long ago.
Next time you are at the ballot box, ask how you can 'write in a vote'. The machine will not answer. Pick what was put on the list or be
Some hold to the ideology that voting is an act of violence. The machines will keep your votes where the establishment wants them to be.
I am still going to vote.
There are two realities that even the most entrenched conspiracy, if true, must face. First, people get old and die, including the 'elites', and
second, their lust for power and control will make them turn against each other eventually.
Eventually, someone from within could pleasantly surprise us all, (and metaphorically send the elite machinery into a nose dive). Don't look for it
from any of the cookie-cutter Hollywood politicians we've been sold as the heroic leader we have all been waiting for. That's just window dressing.
It will be someone from within. Someone who, hopefully, will grow tired of the hubris and presumption that self-determination is inferior to
submission to elite governance.
[edit on 28-7-2008 by Maxmars]