Take it, Mr. Welch:
I understand where Mr. Goot and Mr. Cuomo are coming from when advocating for a one man, one vote rule in national elections.
Good so far.
They know if it is decided to eliminate the electoral college in favor of one man, one vote, the region of our country with the most people will easily outvote the remaining region even though the latter represent the most real estate.
Didn't take that long to go off the rails. I'm not sure what outvote means. The region with the most people would have more votes. I agree with that. I don't think I agree if he's saying real estate deserves a vote, though.
As we have seen in the last national election, the east coast and the west coast leaned Democratic while the vast real estate of the middle leaned Republican.
Once again, with the real estate. There's nothing in the Constitution about land getting a vote. I'm not even going to look.
If we allow majority voting to happen, the largest area of the U.S. will be disadvantaged and the Democrat/Liberals larger population will be advantaged.
Yes, the tyranny of the minority. His argument seems to consist of "it's the only way Republicans can win the White House."
Have you observed all the states pushing one man one vote voted for Mrs. Clinton?
Four years of a Trump presidency could change a lot of minds. Especially when they're reminded that's how Dubya got elected, too.
I think the Founding Fathers got it right, and the axiom of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" is appropriate.
Yes, government by cliché.