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Thread: Why we have an electoral college [W:196]

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    Re: Why we have an electoral college [W:196]

    Quote Originally Posted by Lafayette View Post
    Rules written in the electoral circumstance of the nation in 1804, which are long since outdated.
    So?

    You are refusing reality. There is no further reason to waste bandwidth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lafayette View Post
    What drivel.

    Moving right along ...
    So you know you're wrong, have no response, and are embarrassed, which is why you needed to respond TWICE, protesting too much. Even AFTER saying you were done.

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    Re: Why we have an electoral college [W:196]

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    So?

    So you know you're wrong, have no response, and are embarrassed, which is why you needed to respond TWICE, protesting too much. Even AFTER saying you were done.
    Drivel. (synonyms: nonsense, twaddle, claptrap, balderdash, gibberish, rubbish, mumbo jumbo.)

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    Re: Why we have an electoral college [W:196]

    Quote Originally Posted by Lafayette View Post
    Drivel. (synonyms: nonsense, twaddle, claptrap, balderdash, gibberish, rubbish, mumbo jumbo.)

    Moving right along ...
    STILL no response. This will be the third time you "moved right along," yet you seem stuck.

    I guess "nuh-UHHH!!!!" is the best you have to offer. Noted.
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    Re: Why we have an electoral college [W:196]

    Quote Originally Posted by blarg View Post
    as long as we give every one an equally funded education i might go for that
    More than an equally funded education - but also all schools teach civics/government intensive classes that are truthful/accurate. Such classes need to be mandatory starting at mid elementary grade school. This means no more Washington cut down the cherry tree fairy tales bull****. Teach kids to know the difference between opinions and facts.

    By the time students (of all races, ethnic groups, religions) finish high school, which is about the time they become voting age, they'll be equipped to understand the political process, discern the difference between fact and fiction and be able to make informed political decisions.

    People believe that parochial/private schools receive zero federal money, but many do. They too do mandatory civics/government classes or the get what ever form of funding that they receive - cut off.

    Texas is a state that doesn't believe in teaching civic/government class. They do believe "bible classes" be taught (labeled as history classed) Texas legislators love uninformed constituents.

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