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David Sharpe

I have returned after a one-year absence to finish this class.

Something that angers me everytime I hear it, "The United States is a democracy." People people people, we don't live in a democracy. Do you have any idea how bad those are? In a democracy there is no such thing as minority rights. In a democracy so long as you can get a majority of votes anything can be changed and done. Now you're probably thinking sounds great; you couldn't be more wrong. In a true democracy if the majority of people want one thing it happens (it only has to be a simple majority). Lets say it was popular opinion that there should be a law against

"Perhaps the most communist orgniztion in the United States is the free software foundation," David Sharpe

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