Political myths are often used to shape the legitimacy of a political system and provide insights into political authority. Such myths are popular with the public, voters, and even the learned ones, making the myths difficult to die away. However, some tales are not true, and we will explain why they are not.
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If the illegal immigrant has a record of paying taxes then they deserve the stimulus.
First off – THE UNITED STATES IS * NOT * A DEMOCRACY.
>>>> IT IS A REPUBLIC.
Another un-educated ,left leaning
tool of anti-American bias.
Do some REAL research and find the reason why the Founders created the electoral college.
It was to insure that under represented states got an EQUAL vote; the people who feed this country, the farmers and ranchers who don’t live in the festering cities
that breed corruption.
I guarantee the person who wrote this article is neither.
Our founding fathers thought of Democracy as the worst form of government, largely because they read the classics, often in their original Greek or Latin. That is why they created a Republic, and why we avoided the Reign of Terror that they had in “democratic” revolutionary France.
The United States has never been a democracy. A pure democracy cannot function on a large population and has no protection for individual rights. It is an ancient idea. The United States idea is limited government where rights are natural and begin with the individual.
firstname.lastname@example.org WOW!! I COULD NOT STOP READING AND DISCUSSING WITH FAMILY.. IS THERE A LOCATION OR A BOOK WHICH WILL DELINEATE THE FACTS RELATED TO OUR CONSTITUTION AND THE FEDERAL PAPERS././. THANK YOU NOT ONLY FOR YOUR EXPLANATION OF OUR SO CALLED RIGHTS., PLEASE ADVISE HOW?? WE CAN READ THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, THE FEDERAL PAPERS, & THE CONSTITUTION… I’M IMPRESSED IWITH THE MANNER YOU HAVE EXPLAINED THE 6 POLITICAL MYTHS ,
TRUST I WILL HEAR FROM YOU //////THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND KNOWLEDGE .