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The 'Large Purpose' of Romney-Ryan

mcsandberg Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 9:36 AM
Uh, no - the collectivists concentration actually works AGAINST them. This is not unexpected, its exactly how the electoral college is supposed to work - it empowers small states. "We argue that in a two-party system, substantial electoral bias can also emerge without intentional gerrymandering when one party’s voters are more geographically concentrated than the other party’s voters. We show that many states experience such electoral bias against the Democrats, whose voters are concentrated in large cities and smaller 19th century industrial agglomerations. ( http://www-personal.umich.edu/~jowei/florida.pdf )

"The success of a party means little except when the nation is using that party for a large and definite purpose," said Woodrow Wilson in his first inaugural, 100 years ago.

The Republican Party of Richard Nixon was called to power in 1968 to bring an honorable end to the war in Vietnam and restore law and order to campuses and cities convulsed by crime, riots and racial violence. Nixon appeared to have succeeded and was rewarded with a 49-state landslide.

The Republican Party of Ronald Reagan was called to power in 1980 to restore America's prosperity and...