NCAAF  > General NCAAF  > Should the BCS get involved in getting rid of Congress?
December 15, 2009, 02:38 PM
The BCS is proving to be a most resillient political entity. It can withstand political attacks from legions of lawyer, Brigades of Senators, and make decisions in it's own best interest in spite of popular demand.

The BCS is not responsible for satisfying the public. It has no intention to do so and proudly flaunts the capability. The BCS knows what is best and shoves it down the general public.

Swallow or choke, dammit. We don't care. the BCS is best for us. We're in charge of it. Not you. Congress works for the "people" and look how messed up it is. The BCS works. Congress doesn't.

The BCS can actually implement a secure vote and count them all correctly. The BCS clearly selects the top two candidates. Caucuses and primaries? What the hell are those... Un-american, I tell you.

The BCS is aristocratic voting... the people with power are entrusted with the power of voting; the way things should be.

If the Congress fails to eliminate the BCS, then the BCS should eliminate Congress as the natural selection process in Darwinian evolution.

God Bless America.

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