I hate when I post some idea about politics and a rando pops in to say "ummm, that's not actually how the system works".
I *know* that's not how it works. I should think it's self-evident that the way things work currently is *bad* and I am blueskying possible alternatives.

Yes, I agree, suggesting that we fundamentally change the way voting is tabulated or how crimes are charged or how fees are levied is impractical, and if I were an actual politician, that impracticality would be relevant.


The government isn't Scripture or a law of physics. All those rules and systems were made by humans, humans who were imperfect, humans who didn't know then what we know now. You can't praise the bold founders who forged something new and then insist that forging is impossible.

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