At least we're not Kings fans. Let's do a high five.
Sounds good, right?
WHY DO PEOPLE KEEP GOING BACK TO EITHER WOMENS RIGHTS OR RACISM? i HAVEN'T MENTIONED ANYTHING ABOUT EITHER OF THESE THINGS!
I've been to college. Lots of women there. I've been to work constantly without fail and there are women in the office. My work place is owned and operated by a woman and she does a fine job. There is nothing wrong with women voting, and I have at no time implied this. This is my last post on this topic, because people are not 'getting it' at all.
Regardless of the past there is no problem with women and minorities in politics or the work place. There is no problem with women or minorities voting. There is a problem with people voting to cover for their personal reluctance to live an honest life rather than voting for the betterment of the strength and stability of the nation.
You think some citizens shouldn't be allowed to vote. I can only imagine you feel that way because you think if they couldn't the outcome of this election would have been different. Take away women's votes and Romney is our president. Boom!
Look man, you are talking about the main reason Romney lost- because a kit of people felt that Romney believed the same crap you keep spouting.
If republicans are going to survive as a party, they are going to have to get past that old time Taliban style mentality.
What I find funny are all the people bitching about the electoral college.
It's not the irony that these same folks weren't complaining about it after Bush beat Gore... It's that I thought after the health care debate that the Constitution was perfect and that the FF never intended for the Constitution to be changed?
So just a few months ago, repubs were talking about how we needed to get back to the Constitution and abide by it instead of changing it to fit our needs but are now complaining about how the electoral college is outdated and needs to go.
So which is it?
Is the Constitution outdated and needs to be fluid and able to adapt to whatever are our countries' needs? Or is it set in stone and never should be changed?
Remember now, repubs just a few weeks ago were chatting about how we needed to get back to the Constitution... Now the Constitution is outdated and needs to be changed?
I'm not disagreeing with you, just pointing out that changing the Constitution is in fact Constitutional.
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