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#28 - but they would be all the same party?  [+] (4 replies) 10/21/2016 on That debate was hilarious... 0
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#32 - kayzl (10/21/2016) [-]
In a philosophical sense yes, in a literal sense no. Because there are no parties to belong to.
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#31 - mordadigsjalv (10/21/2016) [-]
Exactly which would mean that each political representative would represent their voter base and not their party, who would in turn elect whoever best suits their individual policies
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#33 - kayzl (10/21/2016) [-]
Which is impractical given the diverse range of problems people care about and the solutions. A single issue like immigration, lets say the population is split 50/50 yay or nay. Then each of these groups will be split into five different ones one how to increase or decrease immigration. The presidential winner's poll numbers would be single digit.

Paradoxically political parties make sure at least half of the population gets what they want every year.
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#35 - mordadigsjalv (10/21/2016) [-]
Not when you can vote on individual issues seperately
#107 - explain?  [+] (1 reply) 10/21/2016 on Timmy 2 0
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#112 - drackmore (10/21/2016) [-]
Part of a porn comic where pretty much timmy shags everyone but tooty

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Do believe a number of his Fairly Oddparent works tie together.
#22 - how could a system without political parties could be democratic?  [+] (7 replies) 10/21/2016 on That debate was hilarious... 0
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#40 - platinumaltaria (10/21/2016) [-]
You vote for who/what you want without having to tie your allegiance to a group of ideological morons.

And I hate to break it to you, but america isn't currently a democracy... it's a republic.
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#27 - kayzl (10/21/2016) [-]
You vote for individuals?
#28 - awesomechardey (10/21/2016) [-]
but they would be all the same party?
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#32 - kayzl (10/21/2016) [-]
In a philosophical sense yes, in a literal sense no. Because there are no parties to belong to.
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#31 - mordadigsjalv (10/21/2016) [-]
Exactly which would mean that each political representative would represent their voter base and not their party, who would in turn elect whoever best suits their individual policies
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#33 - kayzl (10/21/2016) [-]
Which is impractical given the diverse range of problems people care about and the solutions. A single issue like immigration, lets say the population is split 50/50 yay or nay. Then each of these groups will be split into five different ones one how to increase or decrease immigration. The presidential winner's poll numbers would be single digit.

Paradoxically political parties make sure at least half of the population gets what they want every year.
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#35 - mordadigsjalv (10/21/2016) [-]
Not when you can vote on individual issues seperately