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Tag: National Popular Vote
Seriously, where do they find the opprobrious milksop like Anuzis, who are titled as leaders of the MI-GOP? Amazing...
Mitt Romney for President!
National Popular Vote. RomneyBamacare. As long as it has an R after its name.
Yup. That's Saul .. folks.
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By JGillman, Section News
The price of liberty as has been said, is "eternal vigilance."
Never turn your back on the enemy. Especially if the end result of all their efforts is to relieve you of your part in the decision making process. The electoral college, as well as the establishment of the Senate was designed to protect state's interests in the face of ever wavering "POPULAR OPINION". The masses as we see all too often with reactionary effect respond to media driven impulses.
And media as we have known it can no longer be trusted.
It has become heavily manipulated by leftists with wads of cash. Like JON SOROS (George Soro's Son):
"The Constitution is no longer in line with our expectations regarding the role of the people in selecting the president. ... Under the proposed National Popular Vote compact, state legislatures would agree to choose electors who promise to support the winner of the nationwide popular vote."
Which would have meant Al Gore in 2000.
Soros has bankrolled the NPV movement, and we have Republicans in this state who actually think its a good idea.
That AlGore should have won?
Let that sink in, and go below.
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By JGillman, Section News
Republican leadership in the United States house and the Senate and apparently Rick Perry have drafted a letter to the governors regarding popular vote.
The letter is very clear about the protections afforded smaller states with regard to the electoral college. It also touches on the spawning of the recent movement trying to advance NPV. The letter is in support of the electoral college as it is. In fact as it concludes:
"It Underscores the importance of federalism to the founders and it embodies the balance they aimed to achieve through deference to states with smaller populations and by insuring that the interest of these states be reflected in national decision-making."
Sorry Saul, and/or any others who wish to join with the progressive left on such a reckless abuse of our presidential selection process.
Ain't gonna happen.
Image of the document below the line.
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From KRH comment:
The legislature is back in session, Matt Lori (R-Constantine) is planning on introducing the NPVIC bill, and I'm told that the NPV supporters are trolling the halls of the state capitol, looking for supporters.
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By JGillman, Section News
The NPV troll brought me to a site that explained more succinctly the dangers of the NVP. The canard of NVP being non partisan is absurd at its base.
The Progressive left is determined to transform our republic into a unitary state with one political party--theirs. What would that look like? Perhaps something like the social democracies of Western Europe or maybe democratic republics of the former Eastern Europe Soviet bloc. With policy being guided by radical Marxists in the current White House, the goal could be a full-blown communist utopia. Maybe they don't even know where they're headed.
Those republicans who have fallen for the fairness trap need to brush up on checks and balances.
Read the rest of this great piece here: http://beforeitsnews.com/story/141/029/Electoral_College_Follow-up.html
Oh yeah.. Our troll Mr "Kohler" should recognize his modus operandi :
"I received five very long rebuttals from the same untraceable ... They arrived 1 minute apart. Overwhelm the opposition: typical leftist tactic."
Dude. Way too easy to spot. I had you in 10 minutes. (actually 3, but I type slow)
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Be sure to read this:
Kudos to NRC chair Reince Priebus for nipping this in the bud.
With so many things going on, its good to have someone watching our backs on things like this.
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