I think U.S. should become more of a democratic because people like us can choose the future we desire for this country. If more democratic people will be more involved in government and try to find solution for any issues. Also citizens can choose what they what and how they want it by having power, thanks to democracy. So practically democracy can be very helpful towards many citizens.
If the Electoral College was abolished, and people directly elected the President, what should the qualification be to vote in a Presidential Election?
The qualification to vote in a presidential election would be determined by the experience each person had in U.S. soil. Each person should be aware of the crisis that happened or currently happening here, I say about 5-7 years in U.S. Based on that experience people would gain more knowledge towards political ground. Now they can be determined if they are eligible to vote in a presidential election.
The most dangerous question I could ask to someone would be:
What is your last and final wish?
For this challenge I was asked to recommend other people which blog to in their blogroll. Needless to say I love everyone’s, its unique in different ways.
Although I will recommend you these bloggers who inspired the blog world by creating unique and individual theme:
Again I just didn’t pick this 5 blogs randomly, they’ve been picked because the owner of those blog worked hard to create attention and invite people to visit their blog.
In our class we had to write a poem sort of thing in someone’s perspective in this picture.
Mo- Beautiful land it was
Ryan- Such peaceful territory it was
Mo- Forced to move West
Ryan- Leaving our land
Mo- Anger and tears coming over us
Ryan- Disappointment builds upon us
Mo- Our future doesn’t look bright
Ryan- One solution
Mo- Only Solution
Ryan- To transform our culture
Mo- Only way
Ryan- To continue our existence
Mo- To be one of them
Ryan- Who forced us
Mo- Out of our own home
Ryan- With no quarrel
Mo- A whole new journey
Ryan- Whole new world waits upon us
Mo- The thing that drives us
Ryan- The same sky that
Mo- We shared from before.
My brother inspires me to go the distance, for anything he asks me “What do you like?” and I listen to him even though if the odds are against me.
At school I recycle papers, bottles, and other stuff. To tell the truth I didn’t use to recycle much, but then I realized that I really do and I keep doing that. I did participate the Earth hour during March 28.
In our class we created map for the Oregon trail by following the diary of James Madison Coon.
What is the tallest building on Earth?
Many people ask that question without getting any answer, well today I’m going to show you the TALLEST building currently on Earth or yet to come.
Currently the tallest building on Earth is “Taipei 101” located On Taipei, Taiwwan. The title of the tallest building was exposed since 2004.
The builing yet to come that is currently next tallest after Taipei 101 is the Pentominium in Dubai. Pentominium consists of 120 floors and is currently under construction.
North America is not left behind that doesn’t have any tall structure. Next is Chicago Spire with 150 floors and is currently on hold status.
Finally the tallest building yet to come, Burj Dubai located in Dubai. The structure has 160 floors, the height of this massive structure is 818 m (2,684 ft) and currently is in construction.
The true definiton for democracy is: government by the people; a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents under a free electoral system.
Another defintion for democracy is a form of government in which power is held directly or indirectly by citizens under a free electoral system.
So mainly citizens like us have the power to elect someone to form a government.