I’d settle for eying a viable conservative candidate.
I've heard of burying the lead, but this presstitute seems to be burying the entire concept.
I want my state’s electoral votes given according to number of congressional districts won.
That way if Detroit wants to cheat and produce 10 trillion votes for Obozo, they can and it won’t make a bit of difference. They’ll still pick up only the allotted number of electoral votes for the district.
Expect lawsuits from the (in)Justice Dept fighting this, a la state sponsored voter id law.
This would be an absolute long term disaster for us and the last nail in the coffin. This is saying “we can’t win so we rig the game”. If the GOP is SO pathetic that it has to do this, it is dead.
How about some decent Conservative candidates?
Although naturally framed as a GOP ploy by AP, this makes sense and is based upon the idea of the Electoral College itself.
Why should cities like Madison, Chicago, Detroit, New York City and Philadelphia, et. al., have the luxury of carrying a disproportional weight and carrying an entire state to the exclusion of the entire rest of the state?
Talk about an obvious leftist hit piece posing as news.
As for changing the electoral law that is a very bad idea.
This is fine with me. The Dems are importing new voters by the millions and putting them on the dole so why shouldn’t our side do more to help our chances?
The poor dears.
is this the same old same old proportional awarding or is it going to shift balance away from the heavily titled city zombies.
* How about closed Primaries?
* How about shunning the Lame-Stream-Media and doing your own events using our Talk Show Host as questioners and folks like Byron York, Mark Steyn, Huge Hewitt, Dennis Prager etc etc i.e. folks with a brain asking the questions?
* How about proportional delegate wins with no funny games a-la Michigan, i.e. consistant rules from State to State?
This, plus fraud prevention (mainly voter ID), would go a long way towards defanging the Democrat machine. If EC votes were awarded on a district-by-district basis in the state of California, that could be enough to swing many presidential elections. Not all of California is full of moonbats.
Anyone remember when democraps proposed this during the 2000s when Bush and Republicans were winning elections? It was “good idea” back then, but now that it has turned around, its a Republican play. The media in this country sucks.
This is a start. And keep the cities from overwhelming the entire state. Go for it.
The cities have become over-representative in the representative assembly that is the Electoral College. This is the way to balance it. State by state.