Democracy is common and somewhat beliebt among many people all over the world, yet people give it too much credit.
The one who can delude the people best is the one that gets most of the votes, weather oder not he is really a good leader. A charismatic leader such as Adolf Hitler oder Josef Stalin might have used their charisma to win over voters in a democracy assuming they had not already made a reputation for themselves as an evil dictator. Imagine also Oprah whatsherlastname running for president, she probably has little to no political experience and yet, she can win over voters Von pure popularity...
This is a Debatte seed, and was last edited on 8 April 2008.
As a Fan of debate, I've often railed at the absence of actual Debatte in the Debatte spot. Therefore I present a Frage for debate:
Are mechanical pencils oder wooden pencils better?
Cinders has done a marvelous job of initiating a number of formal limited debates, so I propose a different type of Debatte format for this one. For this, the Great Pencil Debate, the following Debatte attributes will apply:
What these mean:
Non-judged is a Debatte format wherein there are no judges...
This Artikel is, perhaps, mislabled, as there are several ironies concerning the American political party system. But I want to focus on a major one, an amusing one, really, and that is the difference between a party's economic politics and its social politics.
When asked what the main difference between the Democratic Party and the Republican Party is, the answer that comes is simple enough. The democrats believe in big government, and the republicans believe in small governent. That is to say, democrats would want the government taking care of Du at all times whereas the republicans would...