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  1. WillReadmore

    WillReadmore Well-Known Member

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    I've seen you do better than that.
     
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    So far he hasn't touted our revolutionary war Air Force. You guys are criticizing President Biden for the same **** you defended tRaitor tRump. The fact is President Biden is doing good stuff for American's without all the crazy lies and alternative reality EVERYONE in the world lived EVERY DAY when tRaitor tRump was President.
     
  3. Nemesis

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    *LOL*

    So, we don't elect our Senate and our Representatives?

    Your "knowledge" of the Constitution is shallow. And I'm being gracious.
     
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    If you know so much about the Constitution, show us where it says "democracy". We'll wait.
     
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    The Constitution doesn't allow people to vote? I was way out in the weeds.

    BTW, if the framework of the Constitution involves electing our representatives, it is a democratic republic, regardless of your disingenuous claims to the contrary. As I said, your knowledge of the Constitution is exceptionally shallow and goes well beyond inaccurate pedantic approach.

    We all know that the purpose of this erroneous line of claims is to make it easier to trivialize attacks on "democracy". After all, if you can make phony claims that we're not really a "democracy", it makes it easier to justify attacks on our form of government.
     
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  6. Wild Bill Kelsoe

    Wild Bill Kelsoe Well-Known Member

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    You inferred that the Constitution identifies The United States as a democracy and it doesn't.

    The Constitution doesn't allow all people to vote; only citizens over the age of 18. In a democracy, everyone could vote, regardless of age, or naturalization status. Yes?
     
  7. Nemesis

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    No, I didn't. The Constitution doesn't have to state so to make it true.

    You vote, right?
     
  8. Wild Bill Kelsoe

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    If the Constitution doesn't say it. It isn't true.
     
  9. Nemesis

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    The Constitution doesn't have to expressly state that the US is a democratic republic for it to be a democratic republic. Your reasoning is illogical bilge.

    You have a very poor understanding of the Constitution.
     
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    Looks like Billy ran away.
     

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