Okay, sorry. I was in a rush when I did that last post. Wasn't really thinking. Let me clear this up. I believe the the US Constitution provides for the best form of representative republic/democracy. It has remained relevant through the buggy age to the space age to the twitter age. It is a finely crafted document, and it provides for a balanced system of checks and balances. Perhaps the electoral vote should be tossed, but it should not be a system of popular votes. Rather, if, say, Romney wins Georgia, he gets 1 vote. Then Obama wins Florida, and he gets one vote as well. I wonder if this system could catch on, and whether or not it would last.
Originally Posted by RageAndLov
I like France because its voting is also clean and neat. However, what I really like about France is that it maintains a multi-party system that still manages to avoid those fucked up coalitions like in Egypt. I hate those because they need to fight just to form a government, not to mention use it. Say for example the Islam Brotherhood stands for all whites to die. The Nobels stand for kumbaya peace. And the Mubaraks stand for shariah law. None of these people form a coalition because they are one-issue parties. It's insane.
Quand ils ont dis "Vous vous asseyez," je me suis levé.