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|#6 - I've felt the same way for some time now, but don't have any r…||10/23/2014 on Jon Stewart genius||0|
|#60 - But if people are stupid how can government work? Isn't gover… [+] (4 new replies)||10/14/2014 on my tax dollars go where?||+2|
#93 - darman (10/15/2014) [-]
In theory, democracy prevents the stupid from getting to the table. It presents people with laws/taxes/representatives to vote for in a forced alternative choice task. Ideally, these "-/-/-" items are preselected by representatives leaving only "smart choices" as options for the "stupid people" to pick from.
#67 - afaik (10/15/2014) [-]
Well, okay, you got me there. Approximately 80% (not spewing numbers out of my ass. That's an actual result of an experiment) of all people given power will misuse it for their own benefit.
Ill rant after I've had sleep. A recent conversation already proved me to be a fucking moron. G'nite!
#153 - afaik (10/15/2014) [-]
Exactly. As I've said earlier, the reason that the average human is greedy is because we live in times where people can lose everything thanks to the fact that politicians are such people themselves, who were the average people when the same type of politicians were in charge. It's all a huge circlefuck until a person who actually wants to help decides to compete. Unfortunately there, he won't get elected because he'd be honest. It's a lot easier to make people vote for you if you say "We take less money, we give more money, and quit asking questions".
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#63 - mrforte (09/07/2014) [-]
Yes, because low-income families often have the means to move to a different area...
It is common practice for companies to exploit areas such as these; they will set prices just under the verge of these people not being able to pay, knowing that they can't do anything about it.
#141 - anon (09/07/2014) [-]
Trinkle-down economics, right?
#99 - mrforte (09/07/2014) [-]
De facto; because no one is technically stopping them doesn't mean they can just go ahead and do it. Moving is expensive, and I question what you mean by "whatever means available." Coming full circle, this is capitalism we are talking about; "voluntary kindness" is hard to come by.