Posted 17 days ago
Eh what's the difference whether they can or not, most adults know nothing about politics themselves. A win will never go towards the candidate that is politically the best for the country (unless by chance). The winner is always the candidate that vows to do whatever appeals to the public, even if they don't actually plan on keeping their promise. Then of course, they go against their word and the whole country is crying because they were cheated. Then the next poll comes along and again, the public vote naively and get cheated. And the cycle continues.
We need a system where the ability to vote isn't given by age, but by political understanding.
And let's be honest, that's never going to happen
You're not an intellectual. You just have internet access.
Surely waiting for a waiter to bring your food makes you the waiter?? O.O
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