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41 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

Rapid fire of retweeting bigot/fascists/racists from the UK and assorted fantasies and lies  tonight/this morning.

Does anyone else occasionally smack themselves on the side of the head until they remember..this is not a dream...this is not a dream?

It's getting beyond surreal. 

At least you don't live here.

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15 minutes ago, Swimsailor said:

So, one day after calling for the end of hate and division Trump tweets hate and division...

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-tells-orourke-to-be-quiet-in-wake-of-el-paso-shooting/ar-AAFsg6A?ocid=spartanntp

Everyday I'm more and more convinced that one must be truly stupid to be a Trump supported.  

Asshole can't help himself.  He Is hating this week as the shootings pushed him off the front page.  Attention whore doesn't scratch the surface.  

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20 minutes ago, Cal20sailor said:
37 minutes ago, Swimsailor said:

So, one day after calling for the end of hate and division Trump tweets hate and division...

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-tells-orourke-to-be-quiet-in-wake-of-el-paso-shooting/ar-AAFsg6A?ocid=spartanntp

Everyday I'm more and more convinced that one must be truly stupid to be a Trump supported.  

Asshole can't help himself.  He Is hating this week as the shootings pushed him off the front page.  Attention whore doesn't scratch the surface.  

Being asked to stay away from the city of El Paso didn't do much for his ego.  Hopefully, someone physically hands him a bill for costs owed from a February rally.

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1 hour ago, Swimsailor said:

Everyday I'm more and more convinced that one must be truly stupid to be a Trump supporter.  

You're still learning that?

Most of us knew it years ago.

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1 minute ago, SloopJonB said:

You're still learning that?

Most of us knew it years ago.

Yeah, it's the optimist in me.  

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1 hour ago, Bus Driver said:

Being asked to stay away from the city of El Paso didn't do much for his ego.  Hopefully, someone physically hands him a bill for costs owed from a February rally.

What are the chances we'll get one of these moments?

I'm guessing they'll avoid ANY chance of a meeting in public with photographers around.....hope I'm wrong though.

 

 

http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2012/01/obama-jan-brewer-heated-exchange-immigration-book.html

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Mike G said:

What are the chances we'll get one of these moments?

I'm guessing they'll avoid ANY chance of a meeting in public with photographers around.....hope I'm wrong though.

 

 

http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2012/01/obama-jan-brewer-heated-exchange-immigration-book.html

 

 

 

 

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I need to go back and see the Twitter storm the President unleashed after that dressing down.

 

Oh, wait.  Wrong President.

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23 hours ago, Swimsailor said:

 

Everyday I'm more and more convinced that one must be truly stupid to be a Trump supporter.  

I actually know some relatively intelligent people (well, smarter than me, so I guess that is the "relatively" clause) that are all in for Trump.  Those are the ones I don't understand.

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What makes you think they are intelligent?

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3 hours ago, SloopJonB said:

What makes you think they are intelligent?

It is possible to be intelligent and heartless.

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4 hours ago, bridhb said:

I actually know some relatively intelligent people (well, smarter than me, so I guess that is the "relatively" clause) that are all in for Trump.  Those are the ones I don't understand.

It's an age thing

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I'm surprised it isn't higher in >65s in FL 

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Get the kids out to vote and tell the old farts (I’m one of them) that Trump is coming after their Medicare and SS

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5 minutes ago, jerseyguy said:

Get the kids out to vote and tell the old farts (I’m one of them) that Trump is coming after their Medicare and SS

He's already told them that - he was just too subtle for them.

They're too fucking dumb, ignorant or selfish to know or care until it hits them personally.

Like the Trumpeters who were stunned when their illegal spouses got deported.

"He was only supposed to do that to "them", not real Americans like me".

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4 hours ago, SloopJonB said:

What makes you think they are intelligent?

Well, a lot of them were able to get through engineering school, pass the PE exam and be successful in business, but yeah, you are correct.  I did qualify "relatively".  Most people seem intelligent to me.

Anyway, I think racism, religion, region, guns and business self interest (we live in a Republican stronghold) might have a lot to do with the not so blind support.  

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1 hour ago, bridhb said:

Well, a lot of them were able to get through engineering school, pass the PE exam and be successful in business, but yeah, you are correct.  I did qualify "relatively".  Most people seem intelligent to me.

Anyway, I think racism, religion, region, guns and business self interest (we live in a Republican stronghold) might have a lot to do with the not so blind support.  

Engineering, typically, rewards a very specific kind of intellect.  Rigorous rule following is high on the list and can lead to a successful career.  Understanding the reasoning behind the rules is the mark of a good engineer.  Challenging the reasoning behind the rules is the mark of a creative engineer. 

I know a good number of very creative engineers who are almost shocking in their distaste for tRump.

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Most engineers I know are good at what they do, but couldn't find their way out of a wet paper bag w/o a calculator (now a tablet computer) and some test subjects.

Point in case. Visited an engineer friend. Another engineer friend is there. They are discussing how to move a 1800lb. total gym across the garage. They sit down outside at the picnic table and start talking about levers, and theories, and hypotenuses...... I tried several times to interrupt them, but they ignored me.

 So I went into the garage grabbed the gym by a post and tipped it towards me a little. I gave it a little twist and set it down. I repeated that about 10 times and had the beast moved to it's new location. The engineers came in talking about rollers, and levers, and points of capitulation, and........ "Where's the gym?" Where you wanted it. "How'd you do that?" I'm not an engineer, so I just did it. Says I. (I'm glad I didn't crush myself on one of the tip/walks...... But we'll keep that part our secret)

 

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3 hours ago, Left Shift said:

Engineering, typically, rewards a very specific kind of intellect.  Rigorous rule following is high on the list and can lead to a successful career.  Understanding the reasoning behind the rules is the mark of a good engineer.  Challenging the reasoning behind the rules is the mark of a creative engineer. 

I know a good number of very creative engineers who are almost shocking in their distaste for tRump.

Exactly - engineering is more technical training than education. A skilled engineer can be extremely narrow.

In a similar vein, look at Ben Carson - by all accounts an extremely skilled neurosurgeon but it appears to end there.

Education, training and intelligence are not the same thing - not even very closely related in lots of cases.

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26 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

Exactly - engineering is more technical training than education. A skilled engineer can be extremely narrow.

In a similar vein, look at Ben Carson - by all accounts an extremely skilled neurosurgeon but it appears to end there.

Education, training and intelligence are not the same thing - not even very closely related in lots of cases.

Take a closer look at Carson's practice history.  You might rethink that "extremely skilled" qualifier.

I am an old retired engineer.  I really dislike what Trump is doing to our country.  I really dislike Trump's character and personality.  I guess I did take some pretty esoteric non-tech electives.

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2 hours ago, SloopJonB said:

Exactly - engineering is more technical training than education. A skilled engineer can be extremely narrow.

True.  My younger son is a licensed structural engineer. Works for one of the better known architectural firms in the world.  I tell people that his job is to tell his architects that the laws of physics do not allow their designs to be built.

He is a musician, a sailor, his non-writing English elective in college was a course in Shakespeare.  He is in his early 40s and doing less and less traditional engineering and more client interface, management, marketing, etc.

He has several Ivy League trained PhD engineers who report to him.  He says that they are better engineers than he would dream of being, but you don’t let them anywhere near prospective clients.  They have few social skills and have a hard time stringing three coherent sentences together.

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Meanwhile, while we have this pleasant discussion, the Incredible Hulk of Twitter has been on a multi-day binge of rage tweets.  

Apparently there are both white supremacists and "other types" of supremacists that we need to be wary of. 

Helping the nation heal I'm sure.  

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The most powerful man in the world, doesn't know how to change the channel on a T.V.

 

 

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On ‎8‎/‎8‎/‎2019 at 9:12 PM, Left Shift said:

Meanwhile, while we have this pleasant discussion, the Incredible Hulk of Twitter has been on a multi-day binge of rage tweets.  

Apparently there are both white supremacists and "other types" of supremacists that we need to be wary of. 

Helping the nation heal I'm sure.  

The number of insane tweet is staggering.  All that "executive" time has to be used somehow, right?

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28 minutes ago, Swimsailor said:

The number of insane tweet is staggering.  All that "executive" time has to be used somehow, right?

He spends his days stuffing garbage into his pie hole and making up new lies. Over 12,000 and counting, according to the WaPo.

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19 minutes ago, Mismoyled Jiblet. said:

It's a distraction to allow his maladministering minions to demolish the government ... and hand over the spoils to their corporate co-conspirators

Acceptable addition, I presume.

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A wannabe dictator who thinks he's God.  What could go wrong?

The Rightwingnuts are LITERALLY calling Trump God.  

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40 minutes ago, Bus Driver said:

What the fuck are "Highest Condolences"?

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Condolences from the highest of course! 

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4 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:
47 minutes ago, Bus Driver said:

What the fuck are "Highest Condolences"?

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Condolences from the highest of course! 

I am not a fan of the VP. But, his sober expression is befitting such a somber event.  I give him credit for that.

The President has no fucking clue how to express himself in an appropriate manner.  Remember "Happy Memorial Day"?

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8 minutes ago, Bus Driver said:

I am not a fan of the VP. But, his sober expression is befitting such a somber event.  I give him credit for that.

The President has no fucking clue how to express himself in an appropriate manner.  Remember "Happy Memorial Day"?

It is a great honor to be here with all of my friends — so amazing + will never forget!” in the visitors book at the holocaust memorial.

and no disrespect intended. But why does that casket have FOOT stamped on the end?

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1 minute ago, Bus Driver said:

I am not a fan of the VP> . But, his sober expression is befitting such a somber event.  I give him credit for that.

The President has no fucking clue how to express himself in an appropriate manner.  Remember "Happy Memorial Day"?

Trump is probably contemplating inviting the deceased soldier's families to the WH, and given their names were Jose and Luis, he will have the biggest spread of Taco Bell those bad hombre rapists have ever seen.  Maybe bring in a Mariachi Band to play Hail to the Chief.     

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6 minutes ago, Cal20sailor said:

Trump is probably contemplating inviting the deceased soldier's families to the WH, and given their names were Jose and Luis, he will have the biggest spread of Taco Bell those bad hombre rapists have ever seen.  Maybe bring in a Mariachi Band to play Hail to the Chief.     

The Mariachi band will be ICE agents with spray tan.    If they fail to bring passports the widows won’t see their kids  again.     The bodies may be deported as well, if proof of birth isn’t provided.  

https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-military/2019/06/12/ice-is-supposed-to-consider-service-when-deporting-veterans-it-hasnt-been/

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Why doesn't Twitter simply close Trump's account? Take him off the air for hate speech and lies.

He'd have to make his announcements and comments to the media in the light of day. Time to reflect (if he ever does that?) and for staff to deflect or distract him from making a monumental ass of himself, again and again.....

 

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26 minutes ago, Happy said:

Why doesn't Twitter simply close Trump's account? Take him off the air for hate speech and lies.

He'd have to make his announcements and comments to the media in the light of day. Time to reflect (if he ever does that?) and for staff to deflect or distract him from making a monumental ass of himself, again and again.....

 

They’d have to take Twitter private to do that.  The newly weaponized DOJ would go after them with a vengeance otherwise.

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7 hours ago, Shortforbob said:

It is a great honor to be here with all of my friends — so amazing + will never forget!” in the visitors book at the holocaust memorial.

and no disrespect intended. But why does that casket have FOOT stamped on the end?

Same reason that when I made a rub rail for a certain bald headed, brie sipping Volvo driving, muscle bound midget on another forum, I put "FWD" at one end, and "Aft" at the other end, on the inside with indelible marker...... None the less he managed to install it backwards......:rolleyes:

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Getting back to the original thread topic,

Free Speech Defenders Warn Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez That She Is Violating the Constitution by Blocking Critics on Twitter
 

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"We understand from news reports that you may be blocking some Twitter users from your @AOC account because of the views they have expressed," Jameel Jaffer, the institute's executive director, writes in a letter to Ocasio-Cortez. "This practice is unconstitutional, and we are writing in the hope of dissuading you from engaging in it."

In addition to the ruling against Trump by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit (which includes New York), Jaffer cites a January ruling against Phyllis Randall, chair of the Loudoun County, Virginia, Board of Supervisors. In that case, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit held that, because Loudon used her "Chair Phyllis J. Randall" Facebook page for official purposes and opened it to comments by the general public, the "interactive component" of the page qualified as a "public forum" under the First Amendment. The court upheld a federal judge's decision in favor of a local gadfly whom Randall had blocked after he posted a comment suggesting that members of the Loudon County School Board had taken official actions that benefited their relatives.

Echoing Trump and Randall, Ocasio-Cortez argues that her @AOC Twitter account is personal, not official. But in light of the principle established by the 2nd Circuit and 4th Circuit cases, Jaffer says, that argument does not hold water. "Based on the facts as we understand them, the @AOC account is a 'public forum' within the meaning of the First Amendment," he writes. "You use the account as an extension of your office—to share information about congressional hearings, to explain policy proposals, to advocate legislation, and to solicit public comment about issues relating to government."

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I think Trump and AOC are both demonstrating a thin skin by blocking critics on Twitter. I think they should be allowed to do it, if for no other reason than to let us know who has a thin skin and can't take criticism or abide opposing viewpoints. But the courts have disagreed, so...

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It is OK... The Weather Service and local broadcasters have been issuing corrections all day. 

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2 hours ago, Gouvernail said:

It is OK... The Weather Service and local broadcasters have been issuing corrections all day. 

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Yeah! HEE HAW! FUCK those 'Ricans! We got us a good ol' Huury cane party comin' up! HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Fire up that Smoker boys! And throw on some pig! We got us hurry cane, and we don't need no milk, or eggs, or bread...... Get us some jars of liker, and a couple a cases of Miller Ultra, and we be jess fine!

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27 minutes ago, Cal20sailor said:

Obama's hurricanes were bigger,  everyone is saying that.  

Yes, oh-bomb-ya's wars were bigger too! But there's still time...:ph34r:

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23 hours ago, Rat's ass said:

Yes, oh-bomb-ya's wars were bigger too! But there's still time...:ph34r:

Let us know when you graduate middle school.

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11 minutes ago, Sean said:

That is friggin scary......how long before some fuckwit comes up with:

“Oh by the way we are nuking xxx country in five minutes”

and Donnie downloads it

The dumbfucker is gonna get people killed soon.

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".......... You silly woman! You knew I was a snake, when you took me in!....."

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3 hours ago, Shortforbob said:

Trumps hatred of sharks..some subliminal self loathing?

Subliminal? It's pretty obvious Trump loathes everyone, but especially himself.

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1 hour ago, Fakenews said:

Kamalla Harris just said that Trump’s latest tweets merit a ban from Twitter.  I think she’s spot on.

https://www.mediaite.com/trump/kamala-harris-says-trumps-latest-tweets-should-get-him-suspended-from-twitter/

On one hand, threatening civil war with the means to carry it out seems like ban material. On the other hand, good to know what the loony thoughts are in the moron's head.

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6 minutes ago, El Boracho said:

On one hand, threatening civil war with the means to carry it out seems like ban material. On the other hand, good to know what the loony thoughts are in the moron's head.

 

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Trump's Civil War Tweet Is Bad. This Other Tweet May Be Unconstitutional.
 

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Who had "Civil War fetishizing by the executive branch" on their 2019 bingo card? Because that's where we find ourselves this Monday morning after President Donald Trump spent the weekend (per usual) watching TV and tweeting furiously.

"If the Democrats are successful in removing the President from office (which they will never be), it will cause a Civil War like fracture in this Nation from which our Country will never heal," Trump tweeted on Sunday night, quoting what Pastor Robert Jeffress said on Fox News. (Update: it turns out that Trump's tweet misquoted Jeffress, adding the "which they will never be" parenthetical and taking out "I'm afraid" before "it will cause a Civil War.")

This followed Trump tweets accusing Rep. Adam Schiff (D–Calif.) of treason and fraud and saying Democrats were trying to "destabilize" America.

While the Civil War tweet is getting more attention, the Schiff tweetmay be a bigger deal. The president accusing a member of Congress of treason for something they said on the House or Senate floor is unconstitutional. "Trump's tweet is by itself arguably impeachable," suggested political science professor Jacob Levy

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The relevant part of the U.S. Constitution is known as the speech and debate clause. It says:

For any Speech or Debate in either House, [members of Congress] shall not be questioned in any other Place.

This clause "serves various purposes: principally to protect the independence and integrity of the legislative branch by protecting against executive or judicial intrusions into the protected legislative sphere," notes Todd Garvey of the Congressional Research Service.

 

It's an important clause that has been used as a way around national security censors. Critters can read anything into the Congressional Record and they sometimes do.

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14 minutes ago, A guy in the Chesapeake said:

Somethin' like that.  The colored maps do tell a story, though, don't they?  Though to be fair, I think that this one's more specific and accurate: 
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Is there a problem with proportional representation?

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Just now, Bus Driver said:

Is there a problem with proportional representation?

Not at all - but, the impacts of a purely 1:1 ratio of proportionality are distorted by population density.   I don't want the people who live in LA making decisions for rural America.   Likewise, most of the people in rural America don't have a proper appreciation of the vastly different priorities that exist in high-density areas.

We've been down this road before, and I think that the only rational and fair fix is to mandate a proportional assignment of EC votes.   The "winner take all" approach is decidedly unfair, whether we're talking about state EC vote allocation or the National Popular Vote.  

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1 minute ago, A guy in the Chesapeake said:

We've been down this road before, and I think that the only rational and fair fix is to mandate a proportional assignment of EC votes.   The "winner take all" approach is decidedly unfair, whether we're talking about state EC vote allocation or the National Popular Vote.  

I remember being schooled on this before, but if we allowed fractions of EC votes, doesn't this just reflect the popular vote?

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Those maps are interesting if one has the mental capacity to understand they only show the voting tendencies of regions. Using the map for some idiotic demonstration of the relationship of acres to votes is a futile display of stupidity. Is it an effort to deny the Trump popular vote loss? Move on already.

Regarding the EC: De-powering our powerful unitary executive doctrine would go a long way to rebalancing politics. The un-democratic nature of the Senate elections should be enough to protect the rural populations. The president should have no ability to act like a lawless king or dictator. Make the executive less important to make the intractable voting problems less burdensome.

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9 minutes ago, Cal20sailor said:

I remember being schooled on this before, but if we allowed fractions of EC votes, doesn't this just reflect the popular vote?

I don't think so - in that the NPV is a winner-take-all on the national stage, and while O will be along soon to wrongly again suggest that "States don't vote" - I am concerned that it will diminish the electoral importance of less populous states, relegating them to obscurity in Presidential campaigns.   I think that the "winner take all" apportionment of EC votes, along with the idea that many states are already decided does the same thing, and is wrong for the same reasons.  

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1 minute ago, A guy in the Chesapeake said:

I don't think so - in that the NPV is a winner-take-all on the national stage, and while O will be along soon to wrongly again suggest that "States don't vote" - I am concerned that it will diminish the electoral importance of less populous states, relegating them to obscurity in Presidential campaigns.   I think that the "winner take all" apportionment of EC votes, along with the idea that many states are already decided does the same thing, and is wrong for the same reasons.  

I think you're right in the current manner of appropriating whole number EC votes.  If that was allowed to be fractional and say 1vote/1M, then it would exactly be the PV.  

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1 hour ago, A guy in the Chesapeake said:

Not at all - but, the impacts of a purely 1:1 ratio of proportionality are distorted by population density.   I don't want the people who live in LA making decisions for rural America.   Likewise, most of the people in rural America don't have a proper appreciation of the vastly different priorities that exist in high-density areas.

We've been down this road before, and I think that the only rational and fair fix is to mandate a proportional assignment of EC votes.   The "winner take all" approach is decidedly unfair, whether we're talking about state EC vote allocation or the National Popular Vote.  

Yes, we know. You find Acres to be more representative of the country than People.

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1 hour ago, A guy in the Chesapeake said:

Not at all - but, the impacts of a purely 1:1 ratio of proportionality are distorted by population density.   I don't want the people who live in LA making decisions for rural America.   Likewise, most of the people in rural America don't have a proper appreciation of the vastly different priorities that exist in high-density areas.

What about the people who live in rural LA county?

Other than to bring about the civil war you guys seem to want, I see no reason to favor the tribal allegiance of rural america. pandering to the slave holders didn't work well last time.

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1 minute ago, Fakenews said:

In case you suckers forgot, today Trump reminded us that he has “great and unmatched” wisdom.

https://mobile.twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1181232249821388801?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^tweet

reassuring....

 

He's really got the Messiah Complex rolling now. "Great and unmatched wisdom"? What a fucking hollow joke of a human being he is.

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1 minute ago, Ishmael said:

He's really got the Messiah Complex rolling now. "Great and unmatched wisdom"? What a fucking hollow joke of a human being he is.

You lost me at Human being.

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@realDonaldTrump

As I have stated strongly before, and just to reiterate, if Turkey does anything that I, in my great and unmatched wisdom, consider to be off limits, I will totally destroy and obliterate the Economy of Turkey (I’ve done before!). They must, with Europe and others, watch over...

....the captured ISIS fighters and families. The U.S. has done far more than anyone could have ever expected, including the capture of 100% of the ISIS Caliphate. It is time now for others in the region, some of great wealth, to protect their own territory. THE USA IS GREAT!

 

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19 minutes ago, VhmSays said:

@realDonaldTrump

"my great and unmatched wisdom,"

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Is he going to come out with "Fearless Leader" next?   How about "Sun King"?
 
He's moving past Kim Jung Il and Stalin all the way to Louis XIV,

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4 hours ago, Left Shift said:
 
Is he going to come out with "Fearless Leader" next?   How about "Sun King"?
 
He's moving past Kim Jung Il and Stalin all the way to Louis XIV,

Old Louie “L’etat c’est moi.”

Not sure which end of the spectrum Trump is at; the historical Louis XIV or the Mel Brooks version.

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14 minutes ago, jerseyguy said:

Old Louie “L’etat c’est moi.”

Not sure which end of the spectrum Trump is at; the historical Louis XIV or the Mel Brooks version.

Well, we can hope its the Mel Brooks version.  With Mel Brooks you die laughing.  With Louis XIV you just die.

But I'm not laughing right now.

 

I could go for "L'idiot, c'est moi,"  but there's that scary little thing called a football.

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10 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

fucking the US world  to hell.

 

7 minutes ago, Navig8tor said:

FIFY and Yep he's working on it.

FTBAY 

His great and unmatched wisdom?

Smeagol/Golum .I noticed he's started referring to himself in third person too. This is not going to end well.

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The Radical Left Democrats have failed on all fronts, so now they are pushing local New York City and State Democrat prosecutors to go get President Trump. A thing like this has never happened to any President before. Not even close!

 

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2 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

 

FTBAY 

His great and unmatched wisdom?

Smeagol/Golum .I noticed he's started referring to himself in third person too. This is not going to end well.

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The Radical Left Democrats have failed on all fronts, so now they are pushing local New York City and State Democrat prosecutors to go get President Trump. A thing like this has never happened to any President before. Not even close!

 

But when will it end?  I bet he finishes this term as a minimum. 

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1 hour ago, Shortforbob said:

 

FTBAY 

His great and unmatched wisdom?

Smeagol/Golum .I noticed he's started referring to himself in third person too. This is not going to end well.

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The Radical Left Democrats have failed on all fronts, so now they are pushing local New York City and State Democrat prosecutors to go get President Trump. A thing like this has never happened to any President before. Not even close!

Because no other President before has been so corrupt and criminal. Not even close?

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6 hours ago, Ishmael said:

He's really got the Messiah Complex rolling now. "Great and unmatched wisdom"? What a fucking hollow joke of a human being he is.

He's a human being?

What gave you that idea?

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5 hours ago, Left Shift said:
 
Is he going to come out with "Fearless Leader" next?   How about "Sun King"?
 
He's moving past Kim Jung Il and Stalin all the way to Louis XIV,

Or a Russian Tsar? Look what happened to the last one. Either way, I feel sorry for Melania.

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1 minute ago, Sidecar said:

Or a Russian Tsar? Look what happened to the last one. Either way, I feel sorry for Melania.

Why would you feel sorry for Melania? 

There's certainly parallels between her and Alexandra Feodorovna but I wouldn't feel sorry for either of them. 

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