Show that a system of government where decisions are made according to the will of the people must, as part of its nature, include things like due process, protection from unreasonable searches, and protection from cuel and unusual punishment, and that absent same, it is not a democracy.-Nothing- about democracy necessitates the inclusion of -any- of those things -- so, no.
I stated that The Obama is continuig the Bush-era policies that you deride.Equivocation.
Your response, summed up, is 'yes, well....'
Please state the -exact- nature of your disagreement with this, as given the importance you supposedly place on democracy and its supposed necessary relationship between it and the things you mentioned, it would very much seem like these things should be important to you.The nature of our democracy, what's wrong with it, what's been done to fix it, and what will be done to fix the rest is very much of substance.
As illustrated, substance is staring you in the face -- and so, its clear that when presented with substance, you just run from it.Again, get some substance and let's see where that takes us.