Clarify Peoples' Vote Count
A nation, strongly unified, though believing itself quite divided; —Needs vote-counting clarity
This clarifies how The Declaration established a vote-counting system that protects peoples right to not vote; their right to not have their time wasted at the polling station when there is only junk on the ballot; as well as protecting their right to not vote for even the lesser of evils.
With the phrase, "Consent of the governed", from The Declaration, and by 1756 definition for Consent, it is literally impossible for a registered voter to not vote; as well as doing all those things mentioned in the previous paragraph.
1. The act of yielding or consenting.
2. Concord; agreement; accord.
3. Coherence with; correspondence.
4. Tendency to one point.
To CONSENT. v. n.
1. To be of the same mind; to agree.
2. To co–operate to the same end.
Some people incorrectly claim that because of CONSENT definition #1 inclusion of "yielding" that a person registered as a voter, who does not submit a ballot in any way, shape, or form has somehow yielded to the will of those who did.
This is not entirely true. We must account for the exact words in The Declaration, consent of the governed; and the word yield holds no weight.
Because of the four words consent of the governed, it literally demands that in order for any balloted item or candidate to win; it must receive the consenting votes from the majority of that known total number registered voters —or fail for lack of consent. The not entirely true comes to play in that those registered voters who do not are submitting to the will of the majority of the total body of registered voters. However, if the majority of the total body of registered voters do not submit a ballot; everything on that ballot must fail for lack of consent.
For more details and definitions including yield and abstain from 1756, go to How Reading & Math Stop Political Corruption.
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