Got any more completely stupid strawmans for me to destroy in a single sentence? Or do you actually want to address what I said to you in the first place, namely:
Like what? Releasing exclusively to our so-called free press, watching them cater to government wishes & going to prison for exposing gross Constitutional violations?
Quo usque tandem abutere, Trump, patientia nostra?
I'm defining the notion as a system whereby the people control the government, even by way of elected representatives. That the government does what the people want it to do. Or that it stops doing things the people want it to stop doing.
I understand you're a Truther, and so you think the government is an evil entity and separate from the people, but that's delusional.
You're equating the US and Western nations with totalitarian dictatorships. This is, in effect, apologizing for them.
When the legislature violates the Constitution with illegitimate acts such as the Unpatriot Act and the recent NDAA amendment, does the Judiciary defend the Constitution? Does the Executive Branch ever defend the document, or is it happy with the specious Unitary Executive concept?
If we can sue the government, why are there so few examples of it? Why was U.S. v. Reynolds decided against the widows and the Federal Tort Claim Act, in 1953, if your claim is accurate? 345US1
With the highest per capita rate of imprisonment in the entire world for the last 25 or 30 years, and with a situation in which common offenders are sentenced to obscene sentences for petty crimes and nobody at all is prosecuted for attacking the US Constitution, are you really sure you want to stand by your last?
1. Do not have appropriate incarceration facilities.
2. Hide atrocities that serve as "justice".
3. Have far more corruption deciding if someone goes to prison.
4. Lack the necessary police force.
5. Allow and even promote street justice.
If you'd spent time in a developing country, you'd realize what a joke it is to compare the justice systems.