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Jean-Louise
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Great protest parades

Postby Jean-Louise » Tue Jan 24, 2017 9:18 pm

There were a lot of folks who participated in women’s protest parades across the country last Saturday.
Lots of women out to protest the direction that Electoral College President donald trump wants to take the country.
I am proud to say that I was a participant. :)

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Re: Great protest parades

Postby sexual curiosity » Mon Feb 06, 2017 2:31 am

Since i don't live in USA, fill me in about what exactly is the protestants' problem.

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Re: Great protest parades

Postby Jean-Louise » Tue Feb 07, 2017 2:53 pm

sexual curiosity wrote:Since i don't live in USA, fill me in about what exactly is the protestants' problem.


For the most part, the protests have been aimed at the electoral college president donald trump. I say electoral college president, because that is how he gained the White House. Hillary Clinton received the most actual votes, by about a 3 million vote margin.
trump is a misogynist. He thinks women are good for one thing only

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Re: Great protest parades

Postby sexual curiosity » Tue Feb 07, 2017 9:43 pm

So, you want the method of electing the president to change?

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Re: Great protest parades

Postby Jean-Louise » Mon Feb 13, 2017 6:40 pm

sexual curiosity wrote:So, you want the method of electing the president to change?


Yes. When one candidate gets the most votes and is not elected, something is wrong.
What I would suggest is the same format for electing a president as there is for most other elections.
The winner must get 50 percent of the popular vote, plus one to win.
If there is no candidate with 50 percent, plus one, then there is a runoff or a secondary election with only the top two candidates on the ballot.
The electoral college is an archaic way of electing a president.


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