I've posted comments explaining how to do this.
I've posted a new post on it.
I've explained it to a dozen people.
I've even argued with those who deny it.
Still, I can't get any serious discussion on how very easy it would be. The post above shows how simple it would be to fix the voting system but that can be expanded to include the creation of actual laws as well. Very easily. Unfortunately, the general population is too distracted in cheering for their side to look at anything new. (That includes most on THIS SITE!) People seem to naturally just jump on anything that appears different from the path they've committed to.
The trick is to implement the debate at the same time. Create a forum type situation where every comment needs to be backed up with facts which can then be challenged by others. This gives each opinion a level of credibility that can then be measured against a standard before moving on. On this type of system, the merit of an idea becomes paramount, not the popular opinion.
Is this democracy? Hell no. It's rule of law with representatives voting on those rules. The only difference is that those reps are no longer voted in by a corrupt system but are only those with enough interest to get involved. Should there be but a single voice to counter an act of corruption, that voice can disrupt an entire bill that's headed in the wrong direction.
Compare this to corporate shills ACTIVELY making laws against us and for themselves which is what we have now. Sorry... there's NO COMPARISON.
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