There are some differences in democracies

(4 pm. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

The count of 2,375 distinct fauna species of Gir includes about 38 species of mammals, around 300 species of birds, 37 species of reptiles and more than 2,000 species of insects.

The carnivores group mainly comprises Asiatic lions, Indian Leopards, Sloth bears, Indian Cobras, Jungle cats, Striped Hyenas, Golden Jackals, Indian Mongoose, Indian Palm Civets, and Ratels. Desert cats and Rusty-spotted cats exist but are rarely seen.…

As usual, the very careless Wikipedia neglected to mention one extremely rare semi-carnivore in Gir:

Gujarat Elections 2012: Polling station to be set up for one voter

NEW DELHI: When Gujarat goes to polls in December, a polling booth will be set up for just one voter.

The booth to be manned by at least five polling staff will be set up deep inside the Gir forest, which is famous for Asiatic Lion.


By comparison certain elected officials in Montana are endangered by the inability to set up polling stations within a hundred miles of the poorest of the poor living on American Indian reservations with only rarely available mechanical means of transportation for lack of funds.

Obviously those AmerIndians should go back to wherever the hell they came from if they won’t take the trouble to vote, thus leaving America to real Americans. After all, America is terribly short of money and needs to give whatever it can borrow to give to rich and middle class elites so they can shower their blessings on the vast bulk of the rest of us should they take a notion to do so.

Best,  Terry