Monday, October 29, 2012

Modern Day Geniuses "think" it's time to do away with the Electoral College

Excerpts from this article:

President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are among the politicians whose past criticisms of the Electoral College system would draw new scrutiny if there is a split verdict in this year’s presidential election. More here:

Well, of COURSE they do ... they're modern day geniuses.


President Obama — Obama said he supported eliminating the Electoral College as a Senate candidate during a WTTW television debate against Republican Alan Keyes in 2004.
When asked, “Yes or no, eliminate the Electoral College?” Obama responded, “Yes … I think, at this point, this is breaking down.”

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton — Shortly after the 2000 election, as a newly-minted Senator-elect, Clinton called for direct elections of the president. She argued the country has changed since the Electoral College was put in place.

“We are a very different country than we were 200 years ago,” Clinton said at a news conference.

Former Vice President Al Gore — After the 2000 election, Gore continued to support the current system. But Gore reversed course during this year’s Democratic National Convention, criticizing the process that ignores voters outside of swing states and cost him the election. More here:

Ever notice how these "Genius Democratics" are always looking for a way to diminish and defeat the Constitution?  

I mean, if the founding fathers wanted "majority rule" then why did they bother writing the Constitution?  Ever wonder that? If not, then start wondering and you'll soon be a conservative.

Anyway, here's what Mark Levin thinks of the whole idea.

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