Discussion in 'Politics' started by Amelia, Dec 19, 2011.
Princeton University - Less knowledge, more power: Uninformed can be vital to democracy, study finds
power to the sheeple?
awwwwwwwwwww..... rightwingnut sockpuppet troll wants to be empowered.
You're very curte too. ( :
and cute even....
For a hack.
So eneeeway, from the article:
Um... it was a study on... fish.
so stop being one.
Given the complexity and the shear numbers of clueless out there we have gone to the fail to function coherently side of the discussion.
Indeed ... that's one part of the topic which interests me.
I wonder if we are in the "fail to function coherently side".
I'm not sure we are. As I've noted elsewhere, I'm a fan of gridlock. I don't like some of the decisions which would be made if those who signed Grover Norquist's pledge had their way. Just as I don't like the things the Democrat-dominated congress would have done in the first two years of the Obama administration if the Republicans in the Senate hadn't been so effective at curbing much of it.
Maybe the current paralysis of Washington is the inertia of the majority working appropriately ... or relatively appropriately. Not pretty. But stopping swings to the extreme.
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