'The line between good and evil is drawn not between nations or parties, but through every human heart.' Dostoevsky
The American people finally get it.
It's ironic that the "people's party" hasn't had more people voting for it in recent elections. Maybe they should be called "the-people-who-think-they-know-best party".
Now that you mention it, that was suggested.
It's ironic that the "people's party" hasn't had more people voting for it in recent elections.Maybe it has, maybe it hasn't; we'll never know, thanks to Diebold et al.
Well, sure, if they claim voting machines are a problem but they don't do much about it, then people might well be reluctant to entrust more complex issues to them.