How comfortable are you that the elections are accurate? How much cheating? Does it matter?
Here, for the first time, photo identification is required. Still don't trust them since they registered a 15 year old (who came forward and told them, otherwise he could have voted).M1P90 said:In Massachusetts you just say your address and they say are you so and so and you say yes. I could go down the phone book and vote many times! :evil:
WE ARE SCREWED!!!!
I agree 100%.I think communication and tech is up to the point that we should be on a popular vote now rather than an electoral vote.
Sadly the intelligence of the average citizen has been on the decline while technology and communications have risen. People are not raised and taught to ask questions, or learn and think for themselves over the last couple generations. They are taught to obey authority figures without question and to regurgitate what they have previously been told by those who have been deemed 'more intelligent' than them.tqtran said:I think communication and tech is up to the point that we should be on a popular vote now rather than an electoral vote.