A lot of the things you said are wrong. I will point them out one by one.
This is a discussion we had weeks ago. The current parliament was not democratically elected, but it is a representative parliament. You disagree, but there's nothing we can discuss here because I'm not going to convince you that FM deserves more MP's and you're not going to convince me that FPM deserves more MP's.
You bet your ass I refused, because I care more about maintaining the Christian presence as a benefit to this republic, you care more about getting March 8 the majority of parliament so Aoun can be president, even if it means that Christian parties will get 40 MP's maximum.
This was a discussion about "who is more democratic"? That seems a bit childish, and I really had no idea. I thought we were grown men maturely discussing the fate of our republic, not whose dad is stronger than whose dad. You are "more democratic" Danny Z, enjoy it I guess? As for me, HA is never useless to any discussion, because it is the sole reason we have to surrender some democratic rights in return for, ironically, maintaining our democratic system. You guys have swallowed the propaganda pill about HA, but there is 50% or more of the country who didn't and won't accept an electoral law that is PR until HA has been deflated a little bit. That's what's happening now.
I would gladly live under a Kataeb or LF or independent M14 Christians ruled government.
Liar liar pants on fire. I DO care about illegal/corrupt behavior from Sunni ministers/politicians/bureaucrats. In the face of HA excess, however, this issue is very far from being a pressing problem, not to mention the fact that it is only in deluded FPM brains that the only corrupt people in this country are Sunnis. And I DO give ANY working minister his dues. Bassil did a good job on the telecommunications portfolio, for example, and even in the foreign affairs portfolio he has sought to rebuild our relations with the Arabs which is commendable.
Are you sure you know how governments work? I think I'm talking to a little kid.
My friend, do not guess things about the person you are talking to. I never took nor do I need one penny from the 128 sha7adeen called the Lebanese Parliament.
Believe whatever you want, but it's going to be funny seeing your reaction when the inevitable happens.
2aret 7aki 3al fadi, I am not wasting my time turning in circle with answering hablanet, but I wish for you to live under and LF Government, mim temmak la bweb el sama, badkon hek sarami ykhalloukon ta3rfou 2imet Aoun, i wish you this from all my heart that geagea becomes president on you. Go tell Hariri and sanyours to elect him.