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So are you saying the vote has to be all admins in? So this can't be popular sovereignty. You want the minority to receive the same power. I suppose you plan does make logical sense, and compromise is always a good alternate choice. This seems agreeable as long as compromise is allowed. The American government did once use this system in order to vote for a law rather than a office. Yet obviously, that has some disagreement and flaws. The alternate choice of compromise, however is a whole different other matter....
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So are you saying the vote has to be all admins in? So this can't be popular sovereignty. You want the minority to receive the same power. I suppose your plan does make logical sense, as long as compromise is available, and compromise is always a good alternate choice. This seems agreeable as long as compromise is allowed. The American government did once use this system in order to vote for a law rather than a office. Yet obviously, that has some disagreement and flaws. The alternate choice of compromise, however is a whole different other matter....

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Dragon trip wrote: It is closer to the American jury system than the political process. It may include compromise but always allows equal strength to the minority voice.

So are you saying the vote has to be all admins in? So this can't be popular sovereignty. You want the minority to receive the same power. I suppose your plan does make logical sense, as long as compromise is available, and compromise is always a good alternate choice. This seems agreeable as long as compromise is allowed. The American government did once use this system in order to vote for a law rather than a office. Yet obviously, that has some disagreement and flaws. The alternate choice of compromise, however is a whole different other matter....

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