I'm asking my fellow constitutional conservatives to help me wrap my head around the issues of the National Popular Vote Movement.
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I admit that I am just waking up to this movement.
I took a look at;
1st = it strongly reeks of progressive twisting of facts throughout - including and especially the claim that it would bring all the states into play. Simple math and common sense knows it would make only the largest cities important in elections.
then it also reminds me of Soros' Secretary of State project which was mostly invisible to the public several years back, where Soros financed covert efforts to get progressive minded SOS's in every state. The method and the agenda has Soros' aura all over it. The good news to that is his efforts have been mostly failures with increasing failures -- Since ACORN was dismantled as far as I have observed.
I doubt the truthfulness of the claims of success in some of the states I'm familiar with in it's list. Those claims look like more progressive fact twisting to me. Although, even the most conservative states' cities are mostly VERY 'progressive' and are receptive to the whole 'genuine democracy' crap, so maybe the list does have some basis of truth.
Yes Larry reeks of progressive twisting of facts. I suspect this movement hatched in Silicon Valley and it could very well have the Soros' money all over it.
My state AZ the House actually passed the bill. Its setting in a committee of the AZ Senate and I and others will work to make it die there. If a bill is not addressed in a session the bill must be introduced over again. My states session closed recently.
That is one reason we must elect good conservatives up and down the ballot this midterm.
Here is a paper from BYU why the popular vote compact is unconstitutional Why%20the%20National%20Popular%20Vote%20Compact%20is%20Unconstituti...
It is a lengthy paper. The left cares not a fig about the constitution accept if it suits their agenda.
In the 2016 election President Trump, then candidate Trump, said more than once that HC did not have the stamina to campaign vigorously in all states. That is one of the reason he won doing the hard campaigning to win the electoral college vote HC campaign was depending on high population centers.
I share Laura Ingraham 's thoughts President Trump saying he would win the popular perplexing. Perhaps he would maybe not.
Skirting the constitution, not using the amendment process, well their motivations are at risk and tells me they are up to no good and this compact must be stopped in its track.
AM912, I knew I could count on you to post good stuff.
We folks need to stop this compact movement in our states where each member resides.
Answer is all you ask.
Where mob rules is in the concept of true democracy which as you know was feared by our founders. I heard Chucky Cheese Schumer use "true democracy" in a statement yesterday. They no longer hide their intentions.
True democracy for the masses which will bring authoritarian state locked and loaded with tyranny.