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how. I'd ike to start a site thaht could benefit everyone.


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#1 raf96

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Posted 26 June 2009 - 05:20 AM

Kind of stupid... maybe.... I would like to start a web site that... no... let me put it another way... I'm tired of the sell-out politicians say what I can and cannot do.. WE live in 21.st century. Isn't a time that we all have say in what do WE want? Polititians promise... yup.... proimise, they'll do something... It never works.


So.... I would like to start a web site were everyone could vote... You don't have to count on the sell-out politicians, who "may" do you right.

So.... how do I go about it?
I'm in Poland right now, so that's where I'd like to begin... but it is something, that should be international....

If./... And i mean IF... I'll manage to start this kind of site, I will need help. If anyone believes that my idea could work, and would like to help me with it,

Thank you... I guess.

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Posted 28 June 2009 - 09:05 PM

vote for what exactly?

What is it that you are trying to do?

There's no place like 127.0.0.1
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Posted 30 June 2009 - 07:34 AM

It is obviously a far fetched idea, but...

Here is what I see to become a reality...


Right now... some law has just been past... nobody, that I know of, agrees with it. It was good for the politicians that were paid off by the big companies, but not for the regular folks.

Now imagine a website where people... all people... could discuss it first, and then if there was enough interest, it could be put to vote... much in the same way as the discussion boards are with polls enabled.

You know what I mean? I don't believe in current governing system. Votes are being sold to a highest bidder. Is it a democracy?... f#$k no!

I'm just wondering... I mean... there has got to be a way... especially now days and current technology... that everyone could be included in the real democratic process.

Now democracy is fake. You vote for some f#$k you don't really even know and what he stands for. They lie to get a "sit" and then they do as they please, and not what they have promised.
Sounds familiar?

Right now, I'm just throwing an idea out there, to see if something like that could work.

But I know it is possible... for gods sake... it has to be...

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Posted 30 June 2009 - 05:57 PM

sure it is possible, but then you would have to have the users to use it...

There's no place like 127.0.0.1
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Posted 30 June 2009 - 07:12 PM

Online voting has been discussed for years. Big problem though. There is no possible way to prove that the person voting is who they say they are.




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