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Re: Re: U.S. 2004 Election Fraud.
From: dk <dk () pwarchitects com>
Date: Thu, 11 Nov 2004 12:54:17 -0600

pandora () swi com br wrote:

Depending on your state/county/whatever, your vote did count a LOT LESS

than other votes. It all depends on how many electoral college votes your
state has.

How does that feel? Knowing that someone elses vote is more important than
yours?
The US is a federal republic governed by _representative democracy_, so this is they way it is /supposed/ to work it would seem. US citizens need to be more active in choosing the state Senators & Representatives that allow them electoral votes, and more careful about what types of people are choosing the actual electors. In the end though, these electors /are/ free to vote as they wish in many states, regardless of what The People voted for. :(

So I could feel fine that it is working as designed... It's of course flawed, but it possibly beats a "Mob Rules" popular vote majority that a direct democracy provides, especially for a diverse nation of former immigrants like the U.S.

Hell who knows... this is all OT anyway.


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dk

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