Electoral College has to go
Thank you, Alan Silverman and John Pierce, for pointing out that probably the most important word in the Second Amendment is “regulated.” Therefore, if someone is against any and all regulation of guns and the people who own them, they do not really believe in the Constitution, even though you might get Supreme Court gods to agree.
Mitch said it is too soon but obviously it is too late. Please, oh, please, do not have a convention of states. Why make a bad democracy worse?
How am I going to be represented there? I am already not represented by the president, who in my opinion lost by 3 million votes. In the words of the international election observer, “if we found a system like this anywhere else in the world we would say ‘you cannot do it that way.’”
The only true election is when the ballots are counted nationwide on election day and the person with the most votes wins! No X by someone’s name and it not counting for that person, and no ‘this will be decided later,’ thus saying your vote did not count for anything — how wrong can we be?
There is a better way, called democracy: one person, one vote. Did anyone ever hear of such a concept? Certainly not the Founding Fathers. The question should be put to the people on the 2018 ballot. Should the presidency be decided by an electoral college or by one person, one vote? Any changing of the Constitution without the vote of everyone will be more sham unrepresentation.
Finally, Donald Trump has said something that I totally agree with. He should definitely take an I.Q. test.