I heard your call today, on Tv, to do away with the electoral college.
Was that a new idea to you? Perhaps not.
Do you remember me? Perhaps not.
I went to the USC meeting . . . you probably attended the same conference meeting, but at Stanford.
You know the conference I’m referring to; the one where we were all encouraged to stay in college and become school teachers and administrators — in order to take over the schools enabling us to change America forever.
There are only two choices; you are either ignorant of the Constitution, or you are intentionally attempting to incite those ignorant of it.
As a Senator, you know full well how it must be changed . . . and that, that change will not happen.
To do so would require that the representatives from the heartland of America give away their opportunity to ever be represented in a presidential election.
I’m sure you can see the validity of the analogy I saw a recently . . . where it would be like two wolves meeting with a lamb to vote on what was for dinner. So why this phony call to change the system?
You know full well why the founding fathers created the electoral college – so that all were represented — not just those living in the larger populated cities. If it were not so, the media could easily control the people.
Of course the intention of the left, all along, has been to take over the educational system and dumb down the students, indoctrinating them into being “useful idiots” described by Lenin
Or is it that you don’t want everyone to be represented?
I can only surmise that you’re trying to make the Democrat party look as if it is for the masses – that it’s not the party of corruption, and cronyism – the keeper of the swamp.
Do you feel that sucking from below? Just be glad you’re not being prosecuted! Or . . .
Shall I go into how you and your husband have become even more wealthy off taxpayers?
Perhaps later . . . But for now, I’ll remind my readers of a blog article even I’d forgotten I published – – almost 6.5 years ago.