Can I vote against Swampy, if ever his (or anybody else's) single-issue obsession began to interfere with my life? No, because he's not standing for election; he's too busy taking direct action. Thank God the British National Party don't see parliamentary democracy in the same way.
Don't be anti-democratic, Swampy - take the people with you, and risk being accountable to them. Who is going to know how many ballot papers were spoilt with your formula? Will they be counted? Or will they just be lumped together with the lazy, the apathetic, and the uninterested?
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