We want political freedom
TAGDit enhances our political freedom at work and at home. Our software lets you transfer votes to whomever or whatever you want. You can vote for people or for information.
Imagine if we could improve the economy and our quality of life just by enhancing our political freedom. With TAGDit, you can anonymously transfer a vote to anyone on the planet. This is political freedom. You have a say. You can be heard. You matter, whether at work or at home. TAGDit enables you to ask tough questions, to your work leader or community leader with anonymity…. and if you don’t know what to say or what to vote for, you can transfer your vote to someone that you trust.
TAGDit creates a simple, fast and collaborative way to have political freedom, create jobs, wealth and achieve dreams by giving you back your original rights and freedoms. We are politically free, and that’s the motivation for TAGDit.
WHAT IS TAGDit?
TAGDit is Freedom. It is your human right to vote, and rather than being forced to vote for one out of two bad choices, now you have the freedom to transfer your vote to any one of the billions of potential people who could best represent you.
Not only is TAGDit a mechanism for political liberty, but it is also a platform for the freedom of knowledge sharing within a group. TAGDit is a private database for groups where members can store, share and rank endless amounts of information in a transparent, fair and collaborative manner. It continuously grows, and as posts are added, updated and rated, the data is refined and prioritized through group voting. Relevant and high quality information can be easily found through the TAGDit search engine, making this centralized system a quick and simple way for groups to share and manage information. The analytics gathered through this process offer valuable insights that enable informed decision-making within the group.
THE SOCIAL AGREEMENT
This book by Jode Himann on democracy as a social agreement, theoretically investigates potential outcomes to the improved democracy and at the same time argues for true political freedom. The notion of proxy voting is explored – the idea that democratic voters ought to have the right to delegate their votes to others (and to revoke said delegations), as they see fit. Click here to download the book.