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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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Journal of TorgoX (1933)

Sunday April 21, 2002
12:16 PM

singular view of democracy

[ #4347 ]
Dear Log,

«Since its ground-breaking experiments invote-counting in Florida two years ago, the United States has been universally recognised as the chief innovator in the field of democratic principles. Therefore, one of the factors that must surely confer legitimacy on any democracy would be approval by the United States.

It is no good people blindly voting in any Tom, Dick or Hugo if they are not acceptable to Washington. If this is true of Iraq, North Korea, Serbia and the UK, it is doubly true of South America and trebly true of a country that happens to be the third largest supplier of oil to the US.»

-- "If You Want a Free Vote, Ask Nicely"

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