An Anonymous Coward writes:
The Guardian reports that "socialism" was the most looked-up word on Merriam-Webster's site this year, a change the American dictionary publisher attributes to US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, who has positioned of himself as a "democratic socialist".
As a socialist (or communist) myself, I personally think it's great that especially people from the United States try to figure out the meaning of the word beyond McCarthyism. I'm glad that people show interest in politics and finding out about positions of candidates.
Past years winners are available on Wikipedia.
Hell, you couldn't even vote in their fake elections unless you joined "the (one) party".
Which is completely different from not counting unless you joined one of "the (two) parties"
In america you don't need to be a member of a party to vote, anyone can vote for John Jackson OR Jack Johnson. Freedom yeay!
Don't blame me, I voted for Kodos.
Jack Johnson for President! Dude is a fine musician! And the US would be a better place if all Presidents were from Hawaii.