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Scytl: Voter Fraud Facts and Fiction

Shavager. Wrote: May 10, 2012 2:51 AM
dhellew3--YOU ARE WRONG, the people of the state cast their ballots for candidate of their choice, that selects the electoral delegates who will proceed to cast THEIR ballots for the candidate the people selected--in a couple of states there are delegates who have option to cast vote for a different candidate but is NOT the normal action taken. The electoral college EXISTS to keep California, New York and Texas from selecting the president EVERY ELECTION. The states with the MOST people would DOMINATE elections EVERY TIME--those three states have the most people--candidates only have to win their states popular vote to win presidency on typical election, Founding Fathers designed electoral college to MAKE EVERY STATE RELEVANT!
Joseph64 Wrote: May 11, 2012 9:42 AM
We need to get back to the founders original intent and that was that the state legislatures should choose the President, not the people. They also intended the executive power to be split between two parties and not in the hands of just one by making the person with the highest number of electoral votes President and the one with the second highest Vice President. There is no mention of running mates in the Constitution.

With six months until Election Day, conspiracy theories are percolating on the Internet like bubbling mud pots at Yellowstone: Left-wing billionaire George Soros is going to rig the election for Barack Obama. Foreigners will oversee the nation's entire vote-counting system. The fix is in, and all is lost.

Before conservatives go all Michael Moore-moonbatty, let's calm down and separate voter fraud facts from fiction. There's no time to waste worrying about manufactured scares. And there are plenty of legitimate threats to electoral integrity without having to inflate or concoct them.

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