measuring right

What if the majority is wrong?



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  1. Donna Polgar Says:


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    If the majority is wrong in their town decisions, then it is their mistakes and they will have to live with it or try to change it if at all possible.

    If the facts are presented to the town in an intelligent and reasonable way, people usually make good decisions. Last I knew we were in a democratic society, where the majority rules. And with that said too bad this was the case when this council was voted in last time. Actually the majority of residents didn’t vote for Judy Forster, but for the fact that the vote was split between the other two contenders. (I say this without being cynical)

    Who says that politians know how to make sound decisions? We are making a decision that suits us as residents, not for the politicians’ sakes.


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