Oh you are right, but the system isn't supposed to be set up where you get 51% and get to make the rules.
Originally Posted by MDydinanM
On paper yes. In reality it isn't all peaches and cream. Most of the time the powerful and influential stay powerful and influential whether it be private or government sector.
“They have the guns and therefore we are for peace and for reformation through the ballot. When we have the guns then it will be through the bullet.” - Saul Alinsky, quoting Lenin
"You don’t burn books because they’re irrelevant. You burn books because you’re terrified that they’re not. You don’t muzzle people who have no audience. You muzzle people only when their voices are amplified far beyond your liking."