Here is the game. Since we are debating a theory, we can call it Chez theory of democracy, any conceivable thought, can be used provided it provides a valid and sound argument and can then be transposed to the case. So, since you've made an argument that is universal, you've said ANY. i need to only prove 1 instance to disprove your entire argument So, i propose the following simple hypothetical statement that a 4 year old FAS child could construe: Imagine a country with constituents at quantity X, all of X vote for a state with a state religion. Is it this democratic? You kind of have to say yes. Even if 99% or 51% vote for state religion it would be democratic. England is a Protestant State, Ireland a Catholic one, are they not democracies??? You seem to be mistaken on the definition of the word. may I suggest a simple google search?
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