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It is NOT over. Not until the second Wednesday in December, Hold your horses

 
Life's-A-Bitch

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It is NOT over. Not until the second Wednesday in December, Hold your horses
Obama HAS NOT won yet, nor has Romney.

But not until the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December, when the electors of the Electoral College meet in their state capitals and cast their votes will we really have a new president and vice president elect.

Electoral College is designed to represent the population of an area even if they do not vote.

Basically if the farmers can’t get to the polls to vote cause a tornado but every New York City worker can then the popular vote of the city would outweigh the rural area. Instead your state has a designated number of electoral votes based off the population. So when 99% of New York City votes but 10% of Iowa votes the Iowans are still represented through the Electoral College by population numbers.

This means your vote is more powerful than a single vote because as a voter you are voting for everyone in your area who did not vote. If you do not vote someone IS voting for you.
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ELECTORAL College

The Fate of the Nation rests in the hands of 538 people this number is chosen on the basis of the total voting membership of the United States Congress (435 Representatives and 100 Senators) and three electors from the District of Columbia. A majority of 270 electoral votes is required to elect the President.

These Electors are handpicked and chosen by the political parties usually at their State conventions; chosen to recognize service and dedication to their political party. They may be State-elected officials, party leaders, or persons who have a personal or political affiliation with the Presidential candidate.

Doesn’t this selection process fly in the face of the U.S. Constitution regarding the qualifications of Electors. Article II, section 1, clause 2 provides that no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector. As a historical matter, the 14th Amendment provides that State officials who have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the United States or given aid and comfort to its enemies are disqualified from serving as Electors.

The previous sentence lends credence to the notion held by many that the present President Obama would not qualify to be an Elector, given his past affiliations and actions. On the cover of one of his books he states that he was Kenyon born, and we have evidence that he attended school as a foreign student.

America, we truly are at a crossroads in this presidential election, one candidates path (Obama) leads straight into an abyss, the other path (ROMNEY) will be a hard road littered with many obstacles and sacrifices. Do we choose the easy road and fall into the abyss, or do we stand UP as Americans and live our CAN DO spirit , this spirit that is a huge part of our history and ancestry?



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• Alabama - 9, unchanged. The state's population increased by 332,636 or 7.5 percent to 4,779,736 in 2010.
• Alaska - 3, unchanged. The state's population increased by 83,299 or 13.3 percent to 710,231 in 2010.
• Arizona - 11, an increase of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 1,261,385 or 24.6 percent to 6,392,017 in 2010.
• Arkansas - 6, unchanged. The state's population increased by 242,518 or 9.1 percent to 2,915,918 in 2010.
• California - 55, unchanged. The state's population increased by 3,382,308 or 10 percent to 37,253,956 in 2010.
• Colorado - 9, unchanged. The state's population increased by 727,935 or 16.9 percent to 5,029,196 in 2010.
• Connecticut - 7, unchanged. The state's population increased by 168,532 or 4.9 percent to 3,574,097 in 2010.
• Delaware - 3, unchanged. The state's population increased by 114,334 or 14.6 percent to 897,934 in 2010.
• District of Columbia - 3, unchanged. The state's population increased by 29,664 or 5.2 percent to 601,723 in 2010.
• Florida - 29, an increase of 2 electoral votes. The state's population increased by 2,818,932 or 17.6 percent to 18,801,310 in 2010.
• Georgia - 16, an increase of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 1,501,200 or 18.3 percent to 9,687,653 in 2010.
• Hawaii - 4, unchanged. The state's population increased by 148,764 or 12.3 percent to 1,360,301 in 2010.
• Idaho - 4, unchanged. The state's population increased by 273,629 or 21.1 percent to 1,567,582 in 2010.
• Illinois - 20, a decrease of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 411,339 or 3.3 percent to 12,830,632 in 2010.
• Indiana - 11, unchanged. The state's population increased by 403,317 or 6.6. percent to 6,483,802 in 2010.
• Iowa - 6, a decrease of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 120,031 or 4.1 percent to 3,046,355 in 2010.
• Kansas - 6, unchanged. The state's population increased by 164,700 or 6.1 percent to 2,853,118 in 2010.
• Kentucky - 8, unchanged. The state's population increased by 297,598 or 7.4 percent to 4,339,367 in 2011.
• Louisiana - 8, a decrease of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 64,396 or 1.4 percent to 4,533,372 in 2010.
• Maine - 4, unchanged. The state's population increased by 53,438 or 4.2 percent to 1,328,361 in 2010.
• Maryland - 10, unchanged. The state's population increased by 477,066 or 9 percent to 5,773,552 in 2010.
• Massachusetts - 11, a decrease of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 198,532 or 3.1 percent to 6,547,629 in 2010.
• Michigan - 16, a decrease of 1 electoral vote. The state's population fell by 54,804 or 0.6 percent to 9,883,640 in 2010.
• Minnesota - 10, unchanged. The state's population increased by 384,446 or 7.8 percent to 5,303,925 in 2010.
• Mississippi - 6, unchanged. The state's population increased by 122,639 or 4.3 percent to 2,967,297 in 2010.
• Missouri - 10, a decrease of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 393,716 or 7 percent to 5,988,927 in 2010.
• Montana - 3, unchanged. The state's population increased by 87,220 or 9.7 percent to 989,415 in 2010.
• Nebraska - 5, unchanged. The state's population increased by 115,078 or 6.7 percent to 1,826,341 in 2010.
• Nevada - 6, an increase of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 702,294 or 35.1 percent to 2,700,551 in 2010.
• New Hampshire - 4, unchanged. The state's population increased by 80,684 6.5 percent to 1,316,470 in 2010.
• New Jersey - 14, a decrease of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 377,544 or 4.5 percent to 8,791,894 in 2010.
• New Mexico - 5, unchanged. The state's population increased by 240,133 or 13.2 percent to 2,059,179 in 2010.
• New York - 29, a decrease of 2 electoral votes. The state's population increased by 401,645 or 2.1 percent to 19,378,102 in 2010.
• North Carolina - 15, unchanged. The state's population increased by 1,486,170 or 18.5 percent to 9,535,483 in 2010.
• North Dakota - 3, unchanged. The state's population increased by 30,391 or 4.7 percent to 672,591 in 2010.
• Ohio - 18, a decrease of 2 electoral votes. The state's population increased by 183,364 or 1.6 percent to 11,536,504 in 2010.
• Oklahoma - 7, unchanged. The state's population increased by 300,697 or 8.7 percent to 3,751,351 in 2010.
• Oregon - 7, unchanged. The state's population increased by 409,675 or 12 percent to 3,831,074 in 2010.
• Pennsylvania - 20, a decrease of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 421,325 or 3.4 percent to 12,702,379 in 2010.
• Rhode Island - 4, unchanged. The state's population increased by 4,248 or 0.4 percent to 1,052,567 in 2010.
• South Carolina - 9, an increase of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 613,352 or 15.3 percent to 4,625,364 in 2010.
• South Dakota - 3, unchanged. The state's population increased by 59,336 or 7.9 percent to 814,180 in 2010.
• Tennessee - 11, unchanged. The state's population increased by 656,822 or 11.5 percent to 6,346,105 in 2010.
• Texas - 38, an increase of 4 electoral votes. The state's population increased by 4,293,741 or 20.6 percent to 25,145,561 in 2010.
• Utah - 6, an increase of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 530,716 or 23.8 percent to 2,763,885 in 2010.
• Vermont - 3, unchanged. The state's population increased by 16,914 or 2.8 percent to 625,741 in 2010.
• Virginia - 13, unchanged. The state's population increased by 922,509 or 13 percent to 8,001,024 in 2010.
• Washington - 12, an increase of 1 electoral vote. The state's population increased by 830,419 or 14.1 percent to 6,724,540 in 2010.
• West Virginia - 5, unchanged. The state's population increased by 44,650 or 2.5 percent to 1,852,994 in 2010.
• Wisconsin - 10, unchanged. The state's population increased by 323,311 or 6 percent to 5,686,986 in 2010.
• Wyoming - 3, unchanged. The state's population increased by 69,844 or 14.1 percent to 563,626 in 2010.
Just because YOU don’t believe
in the Rougarou; or the Loup Garou,
don’t make you safe; No !

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Re: It is NOT over. Not until the second Wednesday in December, Hold your horses
Yes. and they just might switch to someone else.
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11/06/2012 11:56 PM

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Re: It is NOT over. Not until the second Wednesday in December, Hold your horses
These are the only factors that elect the president. Many times in history the winner of the popular vote did NOT win the Electoral vote, which is the only one that counts.

It isn't over. Just be still, breathe.
Just because YOU don’t believe
in the Rougarou; or the Loup Garou,
don’t make you safe; No !

"The trouble with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money."

"If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace" -- Thomas Paine

"They must find it very difficult...
Those who have taken authority as the truth, Rather than truth as the authority."
- Gerald Massey
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11/06/2012 11:57 PM

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Re: It is NOT over. Not until the second Wednesday in December, Hold your horses
Yes. and they just might switch to someone else.
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it will not be a novel thing, it has happened before.
Just because YOU don’t believe
in the Rougarou; or the Loup Garou,
don’t make you safe; No !

"The trouble with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money."

"If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace" -- Thomas Paine

"They must find it very difficult...
Those who have taken authority as the truth, Rather than truth as the authority."
- Gerald Massey
Life's-A-Bitch (OP)

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11/07/2012 12:02 AM

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Re: It is NOT over. Not until the second Wednesday in December, Hold your horses
God Bless

America the beautiful is what is at stake
Just because YOU don’t believe
in the Rougarou; or the Loup Garou,
don’t make you safe; No !

"The trouble with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money."

"If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace" -- Thomas Paine

"They must find it very difficult...
Those who have taken authority as the truth, Rather than truth as the authority."
- Gerald Massey
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11/07/2012 12:14 AM

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Re: It is NOT over. Not until the second Wednesday in December, Hold your horses
These are the only factors that elect the president. Many times in history the winner of the popular vote did NOT win the Electoral vote, which is the only one that counts.

It isn't over. Just be still, breathe.
 Quoting: Life's-A-Bitch


You might be right, but I don't know if my nerves and moral can wait any longer.
Who is John Galt?
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