posted on Oct, 21 2012 @ 03:10 PM
I participated some on another site about this topic. I have some mixed feelings myself...but consider this for openers.
What are some of you afraid of? That one party or the other might actually get caught and we get to be embarrassed on the world stage? I think it's
a great idea.
This is a highly contentious election. The whole freaking world knows that and the whole world is watching. We like to say we are the model for the
whole world...so why not let multiple representatives via the U.N. observe? I think it's an extremely good idea for a few reasons. Put your money
where your mouth is ...so to speak.
It assures we here in the states are not going to get tricked, screwed and lied to.
It will help assure that none of the parties...two party paradigm or even the third parties... are "cheating"
It sets an example to the rest of the world that even the big bad USA is willing to show how "fair and equal" our elections can be.
How can any of you find this as a bad idea? Unless...you are afraid your candidate and your party might not be so "above the table" in their
behaviors and actions....but no...we don't have anything to worry about...everyone has played fairly and by the rules....oh...wait.
Now, that being said.
I am not a fan of the language of Agenda 21 and I am not a fan of the U.N.'s involvement in gun control conversations. I can see why some folks do
not trust the U.N. I can understand and appreciate their opinions on the topic.
However, for our "global" image as the country that spreads "freedom and democracy" I think it might be a good idea to let the world see our process.
Let them see it can happen.
It will be rather embarrassing if someone gets caught cheating though. If that were to happen, I don't think many people have continue to hold onto
those promises of "freedom and democracy" we keep trying to sell.
edit on 10/21/2012 by Jeremiah65 because: (no reason given)