It is also strange that you are telling me that I am wrong. Let me give you a simple example: Say there is a vote on something and there are 100 people voting (people not whatever it is that you were trying to say). They go to the polls and vote, in a yer or no format. After counting the votes the results were 75 yeses ans 25 no's. The yeses win because that is what the majority of the 100 people voted for.
Are you claiming that the minority wins that the 25 votes were the winners? After if I am wrong then you are saying that the majority vote does not win. Perhaps you should have looked up the word vote as well.
Vote | Define Vote at Dictionary.com
1.a formal expression of opinion or choice, either positive or negative, made by an individual or body of individuals.
2.the means by which such expression is made, as a ballot, ticket, etc.
3.the right to such expression: to give women the vote.
4.the decision reached by voting, as by a majority of ballots cast: The vote was for the resolution.
5.a collective expression of will as inferred from a number of votes: the labor vote.
lol But I think that you are using a different definition for majority rule, most likely the one that insists the the must be a 50% or higher majority to validate a win. I didnt mention the majority in that context and you would do good by making sure of the facts before telling people that they are wrong.
WHat we are actually talking about though is popular rule. Which still can disenfranchise a minority of the voting public. If those 100 people were voting on taking away the rights of the 25 people who voted no then there was nothing that the 25 people could do.