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Salon Essay Says U.S. Needs a Multi-Party System

Noted writer Michael Lind has this essay on Salon, making the case that the U.S. would be far better off with a multi-party system, and also making the case for proportional representation.

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  1. Demo Rep

    Attention all brain gerrymander math MORONS —

    A plurality of the votes in a bare majority of the pack/crack gerrymander districts = about 25 or less percent ANTI-Democracy indirect MINORITY RULE = OLIGARCHY.

    Much, much, much worse primary math.
    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

    TIME now to be SUPER-UN-reasonable regarding the EVIL monsters in the gerrymander USA Congress and all 50 State legislatures — i.e. that are EVIL rotted to their EVIL cores ??? Duh.

  2. It’s about time someone else thought of that idea!
    Believe it or not, the 9th USA Parliament has been using pure proportional representation for 19 consecutive years. We started as a preference eballot in Usenet with 125 POTUS names.

    In October of 1997 Google.com was inspired by my activity and as a consequence they adopted their logo like mine, joogle, and misspelled the number googol because of that moment in time.

    That’s because the USA Parliament has the unity which is the “juice” and everybody wants the juice.

    Coincidentally, the USA Parliament picked the Sainte-Lague parliament seat distribution system, ranked choice voting (RCV), Hagnebach-Bischoff method in multi-winner districts of two or more only.

    It works great!

    Won’t you join us?

  3. …and someone please inform Mr. Michael Lind [Info. Not Avail.] that the Boston Tea Party DOES exist outside the Republican Party and that anyone is welcome to participate for free.

    Check out the Worldwide Boston Tea Party “virtual board room” and sign up anytime you’re ready!

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