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The MOB Wants to Rule Based On How Big Their MOB Is

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What point have we come to when a professor send out a tweet that seems to suggest that national popular vote totals should determine how many Senators we have? This guy is going beyond Joy Bahar’s inanity about gerrymandering allowing the GOP to gain Senate seats. This is about undercutting the US Constitution AT ITS CORE. 

 

Ours is not a democracy which is a fancy name for mob rule. Our Founders and Framers set up a representative republic for a reason. 

 

This is a movement, the next iteration of assaulting the Electoral College. Listen for it, it is out there. 

 

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And then there is the NBC reporter complaining that the hicks in the rural areas of this country are exercising too much power over the country as a whole.

 

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Ah the JackA$$iTude may never end

 

It has been in place for a looooong time

 

I wonder if many of these doofusses (doofi?) know that before it was amended, the constitution established that Senators were appointed by state legislatures.

 

 

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1 min ago, JimG said:

Liberal says something stupid

And in other news dog pees on tree

And in further news... liberal craps on cop car

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I am not sure we should dismiss this so readily. They are framing this as a “fairness” issue and counting on the historical ignorance of young people and citizens in general. 

 

The “fairness” is that a minority should not be able to overrule the will of the majority, the mob. This is the base argument in EVERY revolution in history. The many become disenchanted by the few. Every uprising of a people is based on the MOB versus those calling the shots. In this case, it is the deplorables they see as their oppressors. 

 

As for historical ignorance, how many understand the basis for Senate representation? For the history of the Framers and what it was that they fled and what they were trying to prevent happening in the fledgling USA? 

 

In every revolution, there are “leaders” and propagandists who counted on the ignorance of the people to promote their agenda. 

 

 

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It is especially jacka$$itudinous because a senator is not a national office like president.

There is no other way to view this

there is NO popular vote for senate as a whole

 

totally made up manipulative BS  and they know it

they are the Ministry of Truth

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What point have we come to when a poster on a political thread posts a tweet that they seem to interpret as a suggest[ion] that national popular vote totals should determine how many Senators we have?

 

“What you’re seeing and what you’re reading is not what’s happening,”

 

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32 mins ago, hamlet said:

It is especially jacka$$itudinous because a senator is not a national office like president.

There is no other way to view this

there is NO popular vote for senate as a whole

 

totally made up manipulative BS  and they know it

they are the Ministry of Truth

Yep. Citizen votes for who they want to represent them. 

End of conversation.

technically speaking the winning senator DID win the popular vote in his or her state. 

The stupid is strong with this idiot

 

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37 mins ago, KnewBee said:

What point have we come to when a poster on a political thread posts a tweet that they seem to interpret as a suggest[ion] that national popular vote totals should determine how many Senators we have?

 

“What you’re seeing and what you’re reading is not what’s happening,”

 

What? Should we start posting here quotes or videos of Dems, obscure and leaders, questioning the Electoral College? We could start with Hillary and Gore. 

 

Should we list here every comment on SOL alone where someone tried to make a point about “the popular vote” being unfair or archaic?

 

If we do that, will you research and post all those leaders from the Democratic Party who have called out this professor, Joy Bahar or others who have called the Constitution into question in such an uninformed and idiotic way? 

 

 

 

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9 mins ago, tomkaz said:

What? Should we start posting here quotes or videos of Dems, obscure and leaders, questioning the Electoral College? We could start with Hillary and Gore. 

 

Should we list here every comment on SOL alone where someone tried to make a point about “the popular vote” being unfair or archaic?

 

If we do that, will you research and post all those leaders from the Democratic Party who have called out this professor, Joy Bahar or others who have called the Constitution into question in such an uninformed and idiotic way? 

 

 

 

post whatever you wish.  But it wont change a four line tweet that supports you hypothesis. 

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1 hour ago, tomkaz said:

And then there is the NBC reporter complaining that the hicks in the rural areas of this country are exercising too much power over the country as a whole.

 

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Channeling his inner JohnNPC this reporter is....

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