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Old 11-20-2018, 09:25 PM
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Odd. The only documented case of voter fraud in Florida was a woman, a Republican, who attempted to vote twice. Her defense was, she was so convinced
the Dems were cheating (real fake news) she decided it was the only way to have a fair election. I think she missed the irony of her situation.

As far as fake vs real it's really quite simple. One has to consume content from multiple REPUTABLE sources. Begin with the Times (NY), continue with the BBC,
on to the Financial Times, a peruse through WAPO, on a flight carry the New Republic, perhaps even The Nation, Harpers for late night reading and the Atlantic
for brunch. No. It isn't easy. If you want bliss, try ignorance.
 
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Trump's blatant ignorance of the law showing in all its authoritarian glory today!
 

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...=.7cfc20c82ae3

Finally, some real voter fraud!!!!!
 
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Not only that but also what is happening in Wisconsin and Michigan with the utter disregard to average people's wishes but that is what the Republican's
are all about power for the elite.
 
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Not a peep from jayt2! Somehow I am not surprised
 
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Nothing more to say right now. With the "new gang" coming into the House of Reps, anything along that line will be shut down. The 'ball less" repubs will go back into hiding.
 
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Funny thing is that, with "electronic" voting, govt fraud is built-in ...
 
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Originally Posted by jackra_1 View Post
Election 2016: The Real Reason the Electoral College Exists | Time

Well according to the above article The Electoral College is way out of date.
With the education the younger generation is getting, the Electoral College is needed more than ever,
 
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Originally Posted by mghirsch View Post
With the education the younger generation is getting, the Electoral College is needed more than ever,
Just look at the education ratings state by state. There are certain states that fall way below the "average" in their education levels and guess where they are.
 
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So the only proven case of election fraud was committed by Republicans? They stole an election in North Carolina and finally admitted to it?
 
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Originally Posted by mghirsch View Post
With the education the younger generation is getting, the Electoral College is needed more than ever,
Oh my. What do you know of their education? Detailed specifics please on the curriculum would help.

Have you seen the Electoral college delegates, or met any of them? They are cut from the same cloth as the general population. They may be older but that doesn't make them smarter.

I know very few millennials and many of their social views result from the direct impact on them and their families during the recession, same as my parents and the great depression. Remember the saying, "It's the economy stupid". Let's not sully a debate by dismissing young people.
 
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Originally Posted by Sean W View Post

I know very few millennials and many of their social views result from the direct impact on them and their families during the recession, same as my parents and the great depression. Remember the saying, "It's the economy stupid". Let's not sully a debate by dismissing young people.
Spot on.

I know quite a few millennials. Two of them my own flesh and blood. They come in a a wide variety of flavors, so to speak. Frankly, I'm not too proud of some of my fellow baby-boomers. Millennials have become their whipping post, subject to wholesale disparagement.

Looking back I can easily see how my life was much easier than what many millennials are facing.

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Originally Posted by amcdonal86 View Post
So the purpose is to basically make one person's vote count more than another's.
or to stop one persons vote counting more than another's, depends on your perspective
 
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Back on the forum topic, wouldn't it be grand if you could show the title to your Jaguar and cast your vote for their Board of Directors or even run yourself? We could elect some of our own and straighten them out! Just have to check under hoods to make sure no one with Chevy lump or a Volkswagen powered SS100 replica gets into the polls. That would be motor fraud.
 
 
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