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The Real Source of American Tyranny, Part 1 – The Congressional Dictatorship

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  1. You know, I’m beginning to think that the blame has to, at least partly, fall on the American People. I would wager that most people probably don’t know the 3 branches of government, much less how the federal government works. Because of this apathetic mood towards government, voters are forced into deciding who they will vote for at the worst possible time: during a political campaign.

    The question, then, is: How do you cure voter apathy?

    One way is allowing to happen what you’re proposing to avoid: A brutal, tyrannical, painful law that the average citizen cannot erase from his/her mind because of its despotic nature would almost surely stir up the People.

    Your idea of working towards the elimination of the political party and uniting as Americans is something George Washington certainly would have advocated, but does the voter need to know the issues?