Tearing Down Our History is Just the Spin Cycle of the Left’s Cultural Brainwash

By John Zmirak Published on August 29, 2017

One of my favorite venues is Aeon. It offers “long reads,” which by today’s distracted magpie standards appears to include anything over 1,000 words. Even less trendy: It doesn’t appear to have a partisan or sectarian agenda. It looks at provocative topics and presents multiple viewpoints that stimulate further thought. That’s it. I’ve found myself scanning long lists of stories, looking in vain for what I’ve learned I should always expect to find: a hidden agenda. There is no “man behind the curtain” telling Dorothy and the Scarecrow what to think.

In other words, Aeon is what our parents used to call a “magazine.” Its stance is what historians might remember as “humanist.” (In the healthy, Renaissance, not embittered-atheist-who-pretends-he-belongs-to-MENSA sense.) Such a stance meant that you focused on issues of interest to civilized humans, with an openness toward varying worldviews, including those grounded in faith.

I dimly remember when large swathes of media were like this, from PBS and BBC to Time, Newsweek, even The New Yorker. No more, of course. The veal-colored pointy-heads at venues like that got tired of being called “apolitical.” They decided that they, too, wanted to play a “role in the struggle” for “justice.” By which they meant power. For the Left.

Even when they can’t muster the testosterone to put on face masks, hoods, and skateboarding armor to go crack heads for Antifa, most media mavens do their best to atone by doing rhetorical violence — if only to the truth or logic.

So thank you, Aeon, for carrying on those almost forgotten virtues. In you I feel like I’ve found the last buggy-whip maker in town. Today I read at Aeon a fascinating essay on the tangible roots of religious liberty: It turns out that brave ideas like freedom of faith went almost nowhere for centuries, however many intellectuals called for them. It took the leaders of modern states to see the sheer cost to public order and tax revenue that came from policing thought in religious questions. Countries that tolerated freedom of faith tended to prosper, while those that strove for uniformity declined and faded. Savvy rulers made the connection, and there lie the roots of Western religious liberty.

Conversely, the more we let the state and other institutions police and punish discourse, the poorer, dumber, and angrier we are bound soon to become. It’s how places like Ronald Reagan’s California turn into cesspits like Venezuela … or Jerry Brown’s California.

The more we let the state and other institutions police and punish discourse, the poorer, dumber, and angrier we are bound soon to become. It’s how places like Ronald Reagan’s California turn into cesspits like Venezuela … or Jerry Brown’s California.

Brainwashing Then and Now

In the same issue of Aeon was an even more helpful essay. It’s a piece on the history of psychiatry that’s of burning relevance today. It told the story of an archetypal modern progressive, Donald Ewen Cameron. For this “Scottish-born psychiatrist … technology was a passion bordering on an obsession.” Cameron wanted to use the latest high-tech gear of his day (the 1940s and 50s) to speed up the treatment of psychological problems:

Beyond its capacity to simplify everyday life, Cameron believed that technology could be the handmaiden of a psychiatric revolution. Denouncing conventional therapy — with all its talking, listening, and trust-building — as slow and ineffective, Cameron instead subjected his patients to a radical new treatment that promised to accelerate the process of psychological healing. Termed ‘psychic driving’, this treatment utilised a brand-new technological saviour: the reel-to-reel tape machine.

Psychic driving was a two-stage process. Firstly, distressing memories and pathological behaviours were ‘annihilated’ from the patient’s mind through an unrelenting regime of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). While most of his peers conservatively limited ECT to 12 shocks per month to avoid damaging short-term memories, Cameron increased this to 12 shocks per day to capitalise on this usually unwanted side-effect. Then, patients were placed in front of tape machines emitting endlessly looping messages designed to push them towards particular psychiatric epiphanies. ‘Peggy, you have discovered that your mother never wanted you,’ one such tape proclaimed. ‘Can you see now why you have given affection in such lavish degree to your children and why you became so desperately anxious when your daughter decided to enter a convent?’

Messages were repeated for days, weeks, and even months on end, in order to overwhelm the patient’s conscious defences. When patients became distressed by the relentless repetitions, they were restrained using a variety of crude and bizarre methods, from securing their headphones with tape to immobilising them with hallucinogenic substances.

Now The Technique Controls the Culture

Does all of that sound familiar? Well of course it does. It’s just a straightforward, “hands on” version of what happens to conservatives and Christians in the culture. At universities. Increasingly at workplaces like Mozilla, Apple, and Google. And of course on social media, where cultural oligopolies like Facebook and Twitter routinely brand dissenters as “hate” criminals and silence them.

Reading about “psychic driving” reminds me of a bizarre punk rock song from the 1990s. Crafted by the noise band Negativeland, it uses a sample from old-timey radio preacher Rev. Estus Pirkle. The preacher imagined the brainwashing that would take place in a U.S. conquered by Communism:

Christianity’s stupid.

(Communism is good.)

(Give up.)

Communism is good.

(Christianity’s stupid.)

Communism is good.

(Christianity’s stupid.)

Give up. Give up. Give up.

From 5:00 in the morning till 10:00 at night! (Give up! Give up!)

From 5:00 in the morning till 10:00 at night! (Give up. Give up.

Give up.)

From 5:00 in the morning till 10:00 at night! (Communism is good.)

Christianity is stupid. Christianity is stupid. (Communism is good.)

Christianity’s stupid. Christianity is stupid.

(Communism is good.)

(Give up! Give up! Give up! Give up! Give up!)

The video, which uses clips from the great anti-utopian film Metropolis, is worth watching:
 

 

Just Repeat the Slogans

When I heard that song I ran out and bought the album. I wanted to play it for people so they could get the experience of attending grad school in the humanities, at a fraction of the price.

“Psychic driving” didn’t achieve the outcomes which Dr. Cameron had hoped for, the Aeon article reports: “The results were devastating: rather than overcoming their conditions, patients often emerged with severe memory loss, unable even to recognise their own families.”

And that’s where Cameron parts company with today’s cultural leftists. Our culture is getting that outcome, all right. But it’s exactly what they were aiming at.

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  • Howard Rosenbaum

    Well, the left is only following the precedent established a long long time ago, before politicking was big big business. Seems that that singular tree in the midst of that garden paradise provided a type of precursor to what today goes by the name of political correctness.
    A vacuous concept propagated by insidious proponents of duplicitous character. Eat of its fruit & you will be as gods proffer these contemporary snake oil salesmen. As our ancient forebears discovered they were duped. Big time !! Seems that the left has no shortage of gods as they proclaim their new world order. Those who reject their “inspired” rhetoric must be silenced. They are too big of a threat for this fragile new kingdom, built upon the shakiest of foundations to allow them to go unpunished. “We will silence them. We will close down their business’s. We will demonetize their video’s. We will discredit their objectives. We will “impeach 45” . The list goes on & on but you get the point.
    That first forked tongue creature who conspired to discount the truth w/fabrications, fantasy & fallacious narratives should serve as the prime example to those playing on the wrong team. You can’t win for losing. May take a while, but remember a tree is known by its fruit. Something that first couple came to realize only after they fell ……

  • James

    What do you say about the paradox of tolerance?

    Specifically, if a tolerant society tolerates the spread of intolerant ideas, then eventually such intolerance will wipe out the tolerant society.

    • Zmirak

      I don’t buy it. I think the only way intolerant ideas can win is when they’re allowed to grab the coercive power of the state, or when you allow millions of strangers who believe in them to enter your country and vote for them.

      • James

        Or when millions of natives already in your country vote for them.

        Hint: It wasn’t the foreigners who voted Hitler into a position of power.

        • Hmmm…

          Coastal natives concentrated in several large cities … Thank God for our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college, so fly-over country can have a president as well.

          • Zmirak

            There the intolerant ideas were granted the coercive power of the State when authorities let Nazis beat Communists in the streets with impunity. (And truncheons.) Exactly as cities like Berkeley are empowering the totalitarian thugs of Antifa.

          • Hmmm…

            Yes, the “natives” are restless indeed … They find they can’t wait for another election, but must have their control now, resuming the interrupted plans, such as floods of immigrants whom they will sign up for themselves, overwhelming their majority and soon not have to win races again.

          • Myth Buster

            Excellent points!

          • Myth Buster

            My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, as known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not a democracy with state run elections – there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his win and pick up a history book and read it.

          • Hmmm…

            Correction, not the founding fathers, wasn’t sure of that when I typed it. Regardless, the point is that it’s a good method so we don’t have four or five large states controlling all national elections. I never listen to Trump for my conclusions. However, he does adopt some of mine, which I appreciate. Can’t see joining the blanket demonizing crowd against him, or the anarchists and impeachment push. Some real absurdities going on there. He is checked and balanced some if you notice. Now, please don’t start blasting me with your views with rudeness as you often do on the site. You aren’t right about everything and maybe could have some respect for others’ perspective.

  • Hmmm…

    In all of this mushrooming before our eyes, my questions is: Where are the opposition voices? Dr. Brown has pointed out on this site that some people listening to his radio program heard that homosexuality was wrong for the first time. Are they to catch it randomly like that? I don’t get it. Are we that cowed as a church? as Christians? Isn’t anyone called to speak up and speak out? Yes, ministry goes on, like the wonderful radio broadcasts and all the usual type of broadcast and other outreaches. Is that enough for these days? We have a generation who have never heard the Gospel in the U.S. Are we really supposed to just leave the vacuum to be filled by others? Billy Graham has not been replaced by another national voice. How do we know they won’t endure sound doctrine unless it is presented? Don’t tell me everyone is scared off …

    • Part of the problem may be that people are first identifying issues they are more concerned about, and then later mentioning preaching the gospel as almost an afterthought.

      Let’s get our priorities straight: the gospel is the solution, but only if it is lived as well as preached. The problems are just symptoms. And criticizing other’s specific sins doesn’t seem to be a major part of the evangelization program. Most of the New Testament criticism of types of sins seems to be directed at people who are already members of the household of faith, to get them to shape up.

      The Christian ideal is a life-long mutually loving and caring heterosexual marriage with children. I understand sometimes that doesn’t and can’t work, but are we trying hard enough to keep people together?

      A women who hadn’t yet married told me she heard the following from friends at work: “If I knew then what I know now, I would have tried harder to make the first marriage work.”

      There are a lot of deviations from the ideal, and it seems like the less frequent ones get a lot more criticism in Christian circles than others which are seen more often. I get around a lot and haven’t found any churches that both: 1-espouse the ideal and 2-address all deviations from it with comparable concern in proportion to the magnitude of the deviations.

      • Hmmm…

        Thanks, get what you’re saying, but it seems that we’ll never get perfect enough to finally proclaim … Romans 1:16 For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek. The word, the Gospel carries the power of God that draws … But, maybe it is just not time yet. I hope these tons of leaders and others are not just quenching the call …

    • Roy Hobbes

      “In all of this mushrooming before our eyes, my questions is: Where are the opposition voices?”

      The average American, after reading this, gets up from their computer, runs to the fridge, opens it and sees that it’s still stocked with beer and burgers.

      Nice try, internet.

      Now back to regular programming.

      • Hmmm…

        It’s not just something on the Internet. It’s something in our culture and world. Exactly my point, “average Americans” need to be awakened.

    • BTP

      Well, if you oppose this sort of thing, you’re a racist. Or so I’m reliably informed.

      • Hmmm…

        Again, those voices saying that and that they are saying that needs to be countered. I wish for a vocal stand against PC, countering, exposing. It all gains strength when just allowed. It is amazing how quickly some of it has gone to jail time for the wrong pronoun use. There needs to be outright scoffing over much of this trash. Their motives need to be openly questioned and discussed.

  • Patmos

    “I wanted to play it for people so they could get the experience of attending grad school in the humanities, at a fraction of the price.”

    Bravo sir, bravo.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is…………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is……………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is…………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is…………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is……….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is……..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is…………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is…………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is……….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is……..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Fishcicle

    I don’t think the left is the ONLY group with intolerant slogans.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………..

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………….

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………..

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………….

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  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……..

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………..

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………….

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………..

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………….

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………..

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………….

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………..

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….. 🙂

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….. 🙂

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….. :).

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….. :)..

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….. :)…

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….. :)….

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….. :)……

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….. :)……..

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….. :)………

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….. :)……….

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….. :)…………

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………………

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………:)

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    Enjoy!!!!!!!

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………..

  • Myth Buster

    Knock yourself out, Sweat Pea. There’s more to come……LOL!!!!!!

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.
    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………

    • Myth Spewer

      LOL !! YOU ARE 3/5TH LOZER !! LOL !!

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.
    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.
    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.
    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.
    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.
    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.
    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!
    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.
    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………

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    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………………………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………:)

  • Myth Buster

    There’s another 50. Knock yourself out, Sweat Pea. There’s more to come……LOL!!!!!!

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    Here’s another 60. Enjoy. There’s much more to come. LOL!!!!!!!

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post………

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post……

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…….

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post.

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…..

  • Myth Buster

    My God! The Electoral College was a byproduct of Alexander Hamilton’s idea that was based upon 3/5th constitution representation, also known as the Three-Fifths Compromise, so more populated northern states couldn’t legislate slavery out of existence. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with “our inspired founding fathers who foresaw that inequality and gave us the electoral college,so fly-over country can have a president as well” and the implication you’re trying to spin from that. So, in 1787 our Founding Fathers were concerned about “fly-over country” election problems??? Right!!!

    Do you think Virginia (a slave state and one of the original colonies with a large population) would have willingly agreed to what you’re suggesting in 1787? When the Constitution was ratified we were not even a democracy with state run elections – however, there was a need for a representational system to elect a US President and the Elector College System was created that echoes the numbers of senators and house representatives that was based upon the Three-Fifths Compromise. The southern sates were also worried about executive power too and this system solved that problem. It’s a hang-over from the slavery days, short and simple. Please, stop listening to Trump trying to justify his non-popular vote win.

    For some odd reason certain comments KEEP going into “pending” and this last one of your’s slipped up. I’ll just have to KEEP re-posting this. Well now I’m just going work the clown flagging. It’s far easier for me to re-post then him to flag! We’ll see how smart he is. Now that should keep you busy. Just took me one minute to re-post…

  • Myth Buster

    Here’s another 76. Enjoy. There’s much more to come. LOL!!!!!!!

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