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Comment: Re:Default Government Stance (Score 1) 168

by fustakrakich (#49169257) Attached to: Feds Admit Stingray Can Disrupt Bystanders' Communications

I don't count non voters. Neither does the system. The people who don't like things the way they have to show it. Otherwise I too, will assume they are happy with the status quo. The citizens are responsible for the government they have. And they deserve the government they have.

Comment: Re:Default Government Stance (Score 1) 168

by fustakrakich (#49166287) Attached to: Feds Admit Stingray Can Disrupt Bystanders' Communications

So, you're saying that the voters are against the people? That's a rather odd statement. I mean, considering how they constantly reelect the politicians to their post, how can that be? Do the voters hate themselves so much as to desire this kind of punishment? What's the deal?

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Journal: The demographic 'threat'

Journal by fustakrakich

Media polls indicate Americans are becoming less religious. Unfortunately these numbers aren't reflected in the vote. So I really can't believe them until I see a significant change in congress. It would be interesting to see a new 'enlightenment' wash over the planet in my lifetime. Here's to hope!

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