Monday, August 13, 2012

Hey, Aren't States People Too?

From Soros Central (This is only the most obviously inane of the six sad sack seventeenthers listed):
Indiana Senate Candidate Richard Mourdock: Mourdock, who defeated incumbent Sen. Richard Lugar (R-IN) in a GOP primary after campaigning on a platform of refusing to compromise with Democrats, suggested at a campaign event last February that senate elections should be abolished because “the House of Representatives was there to represent the people. The Senate was there to represent the states.”
And the President is President of the United States, not some "Peoples Republic," right, so the states, in the form of the Senate, should probably be electing the President. Don't you think?

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Popularity. Like Junior High. This is mostly because I'm curious. You should all be ashamed.