Isn't the Ohio recount more newsworthy than Ukraine's?
You are the citizen of a breakaway democracy that values and extols the virtues of personal freedom. After an election that appoints the head of your government, allegations of fraud surface. Some say the entire election is called into question; others insist voting irregularities were not widespread enough to change the outcome.
What do you do?
1. Demand a new election.
2. Demand recounts in areas suspected of concentrated amounts of fraud.
4. Declare the vote valid so the country can move on despite the concerns.
5. Engage in widespread disinformation campaigns to hide efforts to recount the vote, utilizing the media to do so.
Please select an answer before moving on to the next question.
This is not a test.
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If you love the ideals of democracy, chances are you'll select the first or second option. After all, democracy is bolstered and enriched when a government is truly representative of its people; when it isn't, the constituents are being manipulated.