“Call your reps on Father’s Day to say you don’t approve” – or something like that. As we’re technically still (supposed to be) a representative democracy, that is the proper plan. You no like something? You call those with power to stop the thing you no like. In a properly functioning system, that’s all a citizen should have to do for a plan.

“Call your reps on Father’s Day to say you don’t approve” – or something like that.

As we’re technically still (supposed to be) a representative democracy, that is the proper plan. You no like something? You call those with power to stop the thing you no like.

In a properly functioning system, that’s all a citizen should have to do for a plan.

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It is and it’s how it should work. If one no like what reps do, one gets many to work together to vote out reps.

But if actions needs more quickness, protest loudly as a faster, more intense form of phone calls / letters / emails.

That’s why I support protests for whatever reason people have: They are a part of a functioning system, not an aberration.

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For myself, I’ve never felt represented by anybody who was supposed to represent me.

That’s one of the flaws of this kind of system: If you’re an outlier or of a 49% opinion, you’re not going to find a representative system to be working.

But, most alternatives are pretty awful, so, it is what it is.

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