To: NohSpinZone; Lazamataz
the case before the court is whether states have the Constitutional rights to punish faithless electors who choose to cast their electoral college vote against the wishes of the popular vote in that state. This doesnt seem like its a direct challenge to the electoral college system itself.
You don't see rampant Faithless Electors as an easy route to destroying the entire process? I surely do.
The RNC isn't exactly on our side. They are not for Term limits, they are scared and angry that a non-politician is proving that We the People don't actually need a Political Class to rule DC, and they are not eager to I've up their positions. The RNC and DNC collude to choose electors who will pick Lazamataz, instead of the top vote-getter in each state, and there is literally nothing we can do about it. Poor Laz would be stuck with the job.
posted on 01/18/2020 10:07:06 AM PST
(We have now sunk to a depth at which restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men)
The RNC and DNC collude to choose electors who will pick Lazamataz, instead of the top vote-getter in each state, and there is literally nothing we can do about it. Poor Laz would be stuck with the job.
You say it like it's a bad thing! Vote Laz - "Every Night is Lady's Night" !
posted on 01/18/2020 10:11:06 AM PST
by Flick Lives
(MSM, the Enemy of the People since 1898)
The faithless electors in 2016 all voted against Cankles and for John Kasich and Colin Powell, LOL.
posted on 01/18/2020 10:11:30 AM PST
(First thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers)
The RNC isn’t exactly on our side.
What has the GOP ever done to reduce government spending and the size of government? The truth is that, despite what they tell us before every election, they love big government.
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