What would you do if your own government admitted that 60 to 70,000 votes in each constituency could not be verified. What would you do if a court ruled that out of 100,000 votes in a single constituency, only 15,000 were verifiable. What would you do if in multiple constituencies, the votes cast for a single party were found to be more than the number of eligible votes within that constituency? What would you do if despite opposition forces asking for over a year to investigate rigging, the government refused to do so? What would you do if when the people protested peacefully against the rigged election, the government deemed it unconstitutional, blocked the roads to prevent people gathering and threatened to teach the protesters a lesson? What would you do if in response to the protest, supporters of the government attacked the house of the opposition leaders? What would you do if the government asked the chief of police to fire tear gas and attack the mobs with sticks to disperse the protesters and when the chief of police refused, force him to resign? What would you do if the court ordered registration of an investigation against the current Prime Minister, Chief Minister and several other government leaders for the murder of 16 citizens but the government refuses to heed to the courts demands even months after the incident. Would you support such a government or call it constitutional? This is what is happening in Pakistan right now and apparently, the US government supports such a government. Source: http://www.dawn.com/news/1126928/us-throws-its-weight-behind-pm The US government goes around the world killing people proclaiming to be fighting for and to be the only defender of democracy in the free world. Yes, this is how they defend democracy. I wouldn't call it democracy. Would you? And yes, don't forget, they hate us for our freedoms.