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He's one sophisticated motherfucker, isn't he.
It seems that the concept of America being a DEMOCRACY may have gotten lost on you. In a DEMOCRACY the electorate freely and without interference should be allowed to vote for a candidate or issue according to their own personal convictions and who or what they feel will get the job done.
I don't understand exactly what you are questioning?What kind of country do you believe the US is?On one hand you accuse Sanders of being a "wussie tool for the RNC/GOP" and on the other you sound like one of Trump's storm-troopers where everyone must goose-step to YOUR choice or else.
Do you even read or comprehend what you are stating?
If the Sanders' people said that directly after... who are we to challenge their freedom? Bless DEMOCRACY!!!Bless the "Anyone but Hillary" supporters! Bless DEMOCRACY!Personally, I disagree with that and I may not like their stubbornness but it is the curse/blessing of living in a free and open DEMOCRACY - a system where everyone gets to make his/her choice! I will stand tall and speak loudly to protect their right to vote and say and believe what they choose. America is a DEMOCRACY - I'm sorry but you and I are just going to have to get used to that beautiful idea.
Those DEMOCRATIC values are exactly what and why American sons and daughters - Patriots - have gone to war and died to protect. I'm beginning to wonder if perhaps you even believe in American values or are you having a problem comprehending the depth and core values about living within a free and open DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY. Perhaps you would be more comfortable moving and living in a country where everyone must only vote, think, and live in one-single manner with no or little choices.
Great Britain is a democracy. The vote was put before a free electorate... they made their choice. God Bless DEMOCRACY!!!We may not like it, we may interpret it as being wrong... and it may very well be wrong. I'm an exPat/immigrant here in Europe, I've once lived for many years in the UK & Ireland. This vote carried only a slight majority and they will have to live with the consequences or the benefits of this choice... in Europe, we are a DEMOCRACY, referendums are re-challenged all the time and the UKs looks like it will once again come to another vote soon (they have already gathered over 3 million signatures - only 100,000 are needed for a Commons parliamentary vote)... in a DEMOCRACY, especially here in Europe, I've come to learn after almost 25 years - politically - nothing is set in stone.
Who would ever have believe the Berlin Wall, the Cold War, Eastern Block countries, Same Sex Marriage, etc would all come to such amazing and dramatic conclusions almost overnight.That is what I love about DEMOCRACY...I find it sad that you don't seem to believe in a FREE DEMOCRACY.
"The intolerant man will not rely on persuasion, or on the worth of the idea. He would deny to others the very freedom of opinion or of dissent which he so stridently demands for himself. He cannot trust DEMOCRACY." -- Robert F. Kennedy
What's the difference between Tom Delay and a talking shit out of Satan's asshole?No, seriously, I want to know.
Just days after the results of Brexit, Britain’s vote to leave the EU, were announced, we’ve already begun to see some disturbing reports from Britain. Troubling stories about xenophobic incidents have been popping up across the country.This isn’t surprising. The pro-Leave camp claimed that Britain needed to quit the EU to close its borders to more EU migrants, that the country had reached a "breaking point," and that it needed to shut its doors. Pre- and post-election polling suggests that this was the pro-Leave argument that most resonated with British citizens, and was in large part responsible for Leave’s victory.Now some pundits are suggesting that the real lesson of Brexit is that ordinary Britons are bearing an unacceptable economic cost from immigration, and that elites should heed that lesson and think about restricting immigration to other Western countries to prevent a similar populist backlash.There’s just one problem: This narrative isn’t actually true. Data shows that Britain wasn’t suffering harmful economic effects from too many new migrants.http://www.vox.com/2016/6/25/1...
The OP needs a rewrite.