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HoraceGreenley · 51-55, M
You are correct sir.
User41 · 31-35, M
You’ll be an awesome addition to my country.
HoraceGreenley · 51-55, M
[@646421,User41] Yeah, we could use a lot more like him
User41 · 31-35, M
Without question
Oosure · M
Well said!
I wish more "true Americans" by birth were as intelligent about the American political system!
abe182 · 41-45, M
The electoral college is a little bit genius. I'm glad you see it's benefits.
ViciDraco · 31-35, M
So you advocate that 100 people spread over a large distance should rightly have the same voting power as 200 people grouped closely together?

I mean, there are more issues with the electoral college than just that, but I'd like to know why a rural minority should hold more voting power than an urban majority?
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QuixoticSoul · 31-35, M
[@17857,rickfreeman15] That’s not how things work in the states. We had a civil war and a secession at some point - and things still weren’t that solid.

Part of this is that America is relatively monocultural despite what people like to think - and folks chiefly move for economic reasons.
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QuixoticSoul · 31-35, M
Why does landmass matter exactly?

Electoral college isn't even really about that. It's more to promote the federation aspect of the US, and to isolate the election a bit from the electorate in case the people vote for someone unsuitable.
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QuixoticSoul · 31-35, M
[@17857,rickfreeman15] That seems pretty arbitrary.
HoraceGreenley · 51-55, M
Rick, don't listen to these losers. You are right that the Electoral College is genius.
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