Do the people we elect, once elected, really hear our internet conversation? Their actions speak louder than their words.
In effect a "Net Party" has the capability to hack the current political system. It could turn back the clock making those elected accountable to their constituency. What do you think?
What if at the local level a forum such as PH, could form its own Net Party and elect it's own Representatives? And what if those elected were bound to vote as directed by the Constituency of the Party? Would this turn our conversation into Representation? I believe it could, especially at the local level.
Demon Hunter wrote:Cate, Cate. Cate your a real dreamer. I like your positive ideas, and your creative thinking process.
Angry Whiteguy wrote:Demon Hunter wrote:Cate, Cate. Cate your a real dreamer. I like your positive ideas, and your creative thinking process.
Karl Marx was a dreamer also...
Cate McCalley wrote:I believe with all my heart, this would work at a local level. We need ideas on how to grow the network. To make the best of the democratic process, people really wanting to change the political landscape would have to commit to growing the "net party". Managing issues and vetting candidates is a big responsibility.
Let's face it computers are a huge part of everyone's life. Making them a voice for democracy is the best thing we can do to preserve it. I know there are lots of well informed concerned citizens right here on PH. It seems trying this would be worthwhile.
Angry Whiteguy wrote:Two party system versus the one party system.?? Hmmmm........ Hasn't this been tried somewhere before.??
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