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Tuesday, 15 November 2016 22:20

Should the Electoral College Be Abolished?

Written by  NYTimes

Hillary Clinton’s growing lead over Donald J. Trump is now over 1 million votes, making this the second time a president has been elected without a popular majority since 2000. That year, Akhil Reed Amar wrote in an op-ed for The New York Times that the Electoral College should be abolished, and Charles Fried disagreed. Here they are again.

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No, it should not be abolished. Those who put it into law did so to prevent the rabid "rabbit breeding" folk from taking over the Nation. If anyone doesn't understand the process they need to go back to school and actually learn something.
As they are now, they're totally useless. (Except, maybe, as useful idiots for the Democrat Party.)

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