Bottom line, anything or anyone with less than a 50% approval rating is not representing the majority of voters and therefor would not be considered a democracy.
94% OF CORPORATE MONEY BACKED CANDIDATES WIN; THIS IS WHY AND HOW HUGE CORPORATIONS LOVE TO CONTROL ELECTIONS THROUGH SECRET BACK ROOM PAC BRIBES
What happens to the ‘will of the people’?
Are people even represented anymore?
How To Steal An Election In 9 Steps; Greg Palast – Billionaires And Ballot Bandits Funding The Dualopoly, Dividing And Conquering
Corporate Personhood Via Citizens United; Are Corporations Really People? via A Green Road
Karl Rove; The Secret King Of The USA; via A Green Road
UK 2015 ELECTIONS RESULTS; NOTICE HOW MANY POLITICAL PARTIES ARE LISTED? UK VOTERS HAVE SIX CHOICES, COMPARED TO AMERICA, WHICH HAS A DUALOPOLY, AND NO REAL CHOICES
GERMAN ELECTION RESULTS 2013
The political parties are given seats of power, according to the number of votes that they got percentage wise.. As you can see above, the votes that are not counted and represented do affect the outcome. In this election, 80% of all eligible voters voted, compared to in the 30% range in the US.
Green Presidential Candidate Jill Stein Shackled To Chair As Political Prisoner At ‘Presidential Debate’
Ten Key Green Values, How The Green Movement Continues To Grow In Double Digits; Help It Grow With Your Vote; via @AGreenRoad
Jesse Ventura; All Political Parties Need To Be Abolished, Along With Top Two Primary System
13 Reasons Why People Don’t Vote; Plus 13 Reasons Why You Should Vote; via @AGreenRoad
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