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Governments show their ignorance on the issues.(such as the abortion one).– by taking sides. As example, the pro abortion position could be forced upon those against it, who may have to pay for what their conscience is against.
    The pro lifer's position could be forced upon those against it, forcing them to comply with what they feel they should have the freedom of choice for. 
    The whole issue should be subjected to 6 months or so of public debate and discussion.(a truly, open government), where, thereafter, the will of the majority of people would prevail as determined by referendum
    Governments are elected to govern all, but according to the will of the majority.(ideally) ; and hopefully only after a long period of discussion covering all aspects of any proposal. 
    Any government making major decisions it deems best for the electorate, is treating the electorate as if they hadn't yet grown up, as well as alienating those not in agreement with any proposal in question. And any electorate allowing that, hasn't yet matured, and deserves to be ruled by whatever majority will be interested enough. 
    Any government would be wise to get as many decisions as possible off their shoulders, and covered by the will of the majority, as long as the majority's will doesn't violate set down concepts.(a constitution, again determined and/or ratified after much input by the people, and.hopefully based on the ten commandments.and its.New Testament.corollary.– the.law of love). That way all criticism for decisions is circumvented, having been effectively dealt with by the manners and ways approved by the people for instituting such things. No government can be intelligently criticized for that, and their continuance would be assured!
    Any governing body or corporation would be wise to.examine Semco.

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