sterling; All great democracies have what........? How many great democracies have there been? Where can this history be obtained? Titles and authors (or examples) please
1776 was when we declared our Independance, Constitution came about 9-10 years later I believe. Not to sure when we 'officially' became a Republic.
Could you name just a few of those 'great democracies' for the ignorant among us please. USA not included since you've already decided our fate.
Has most of the world wrongly believed that we've never had 'any' such thing as a 'great democracy', only some futile attempts at best historically, mostly due the insurmountable forces against such ideological movements and implemented by the corrupt (monied) few at the top of society? Hm mm, now that does sound more familiar.
kathyp; our primary difference 'here' (just this one tidbit
seems to be that you want to blame the WH and I want to blame those who actually 'control' the WH (that's not us). Is that right?
It sure seems to be going around a lot around here.
FYI; in reality 'some' of us actually are actively involved in various movements that have made positive change, both in America and around the world. Not everyone just gripes and blames others for the problems of the world. Some of us are in the fight every day.
The sticker on my truck says; "stop bitchin, start a revolution." Too much info? Starting/joining/doing/agitating something (mostly in opposition to authority) is my mantra. For the most part, non violent actions are considerably more rewarding than sitting around blaming someone else, whether we 'choose' to blame the President, the rich, the immigrants or the poor, or even the neighbors dog
You know my fellow citizens, It really 'doesn't make a difference' who is occupying the building (WH), no matter what we are told by the dividers who insist otherwise. This whole election is just a smoke screen, although it sure does make a lot of money