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Topic Title: AOC called low IQ from heartland after calling Electoral College a racist 'scam'
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 08/25/2019 04:06 PM
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Fish Killer

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Originally posted by: Cole

If anything, the suburbs and rural areas out number those in the metropolitan.


Liar!

Saying it several times and to different people will not change the FACT that what you claim is a bald faced FUCKING LIE!

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 08/25/2019 07:36 PM
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fishkller

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Does one-trick pony Lyin Fish know how to post without CURSING IN CAPS and saying "liar" over and over like a lunatic?

If you took "liar" "moron" and "asshole" away from him, would he even be able to communicate?

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 08/26/2019 04:33 AM
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johnnyboy

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It's his go to as a self proclaimed man of Jesus. If he's a friend of Jesus, who needs enemies? It's like he's on a false flag mission to keep people away from the sincere followers.

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 08/26/2019 05:11 AM
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wtf

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Isn't it funny how the most 'christian' of people on here (so he claims) does nothing but lie and swear?

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 08/26/2019 03:54 PM
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Cole

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Originally posted by: WG

That is one seriously fucking funny thread title



Way to go Fish Killer



This has to be from a bot farm. No one talks like that...no one.
 08/26/2019 04:00 PM
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fishkller

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But what if they are "inside the jail"?


LOL

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 08/28/2019 11:13 AM
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cheaterfiveo

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Originally posted by: Cole

Originally posted by: Fish Killer



Originally posted by: Cole







That is untrue. Suburban and rural areas hold more people that urban areas.















YOU LYING SACK OF SHIT!!!!!







New York City holds more people than the entire states of Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maine, Montana and Hawaii...COMBINED!!







ASSHOLE!







Did you just try to pull that shit out of your ass...and think it was going to fly?!?!







Fucking MORON!







New York City 2019 estimated population: 8.70 Million







Rhode Island 2019 estimated population: 1.06 million.







Connecticut 2019 estimated population: 3.58 Million







Maine 2019 estimated population: 1.37 Million







Montana 2019 estimated population: 1.07 Million.







Hawaii 2019 estimated population: 1.42 million.







THIS is exactly why we have the Electoral College!







It's so that ASSHOLES like you cant get a president elected with 5 fucking large cities!







SHITFORBRAINS!




Dear stable moron, now take the numbers for all of suburbia and all rural America, then add them up.



K-rist, it's a wonder you can even tie your shoes.


No wonder you are a muck raker, its not all suburbia and rural Americal as a country total, its state by state, thats your lesson on electoral college. Raise your hand for more questions

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 08/29/2019 06:16 AM
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One person one vote. The person who gets more votes wins. What's wrong with that?

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 08/29/2019 06:17 AM
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dingpatch

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The concept of "IQ" is a hateful, white, construct.
 08/29/2019 06:21 AM
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johnnyboy

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How about the concept of answering what's wrong with one person, one vote and the winner is the one who got the most votes?

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 08/29/2019 06:30 AM
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How about the concept of answering what's wrong with one person, one vote and the winner is the one who got the most votes?.......................Because we are a Republic.............Not a Democracy............................The founders were, and most liberals are, afraid of the majority of the people forming a voting block and electing one of their own that will cater to what they want at the expense of the rest of the population.

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 08/29/2019 07:02 AM
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Fish Killer

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Originally posted by: johnnyboy

One person one vote. The person who gets more votes wins. What's wrong with that?


Two things....MORON.

1st we are a CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC....not a democracy.

2nd if one person equaled one vote the population centers would control the country and government. 5 big cities would determine who was president. You've been told this many dozens of times to date...are you that stupid that the concept escapes you...or are you the disingenuous prick that continues to ask the same stupid question over and over thinking you will get a different result?!?!

Enquiring minds want to know!

FOOL!



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 08/29/2019 09:18 AM
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Cole

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5 big cities would determine who was president.

That is a lie.
 08/29/2019 09:36 AM
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crankit

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20 Million would have a effect!

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 08/29/2019 09:43 AM
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Cole

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Look up the numbers. Currently the weighted system gives all the voice to the rural extremists.
 08/29/2019 11:48 AM
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Fish Killer

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Originally posted by: Cole

Look up the numbers. Currently the weighted system gives all the voice to the rural extremists.


Look up the numbers YOURSELF....LIAR!

There are MULTITUDES of sites explaining it to you COLESLAW...in easy to READ 3rd grade English.

FOOL!

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 08/29/2019 01:47 PM
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The origins of the myth about big cities may stem from the misconceptions that big cities are bigger than they actually are, and that big cities account for a greater fraction of the nation's population than they actually do.

A look at our country's actual demographics contradicts these misconceptions concerning big cities.

Table 9.37 in section 9.31.6 shows the population of the nation's 50 biggest cities according to the 2010 census.

As can be seen from table 9.37, the population of the nation's five biggest cities (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, and Philadelphia) represents only 6% of the nation's population of 308,745,538 (based on the 2010 census).

The population of the nation's 20 biggest cities represents only 10% of the nation's population. To put this group of 20 cities in perspective, Memphis is the nation's 20th biggest city. Memphis had a population of 646,889 in 2010.

The population of the 50 biggest cities together accounts for only 15% of the nation's population. To put this group of 50 cities in perspective, Arlington, Texas is the nation's 50th biggest city (and had a population of 365,438 in 2010).

To put it another way, 85% of the population of the United States lives in places with a population of less than 365,000 (the population of Arlington, Texas).

Moreover, the population of the nation's 50 biggest cities is declining. In 2000, the 50 biggest cities together accounted for 19% of the nation's population (compared to 15% in 2010).

Even if one makes the far-fetched assumption that a candidate could win 100% of the votes in the nation's 50 biggest cities, that candidate would have won only 15% of the national popular vote.

http://www.nationalpopularvote.com/section_9.5
 08/29/2019 05:59 PM
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Fish Killer

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Originally posted by: Cole

The origins of the myth about big cities may stem from the misconceptions that big cities are bigger than they actually are, and that big cities account for a greater fraction of the nation's population than they actually do.



A look at our country's actual demographics contradicts these misconceptions concerning big cities.



Table 9.37 in section 9.31.6 shows the population of the nation's 50 biggest cities according to the 2010 census.



As can be seen from table 9.37, the population of the nation's five biggest cities (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, and Philadelphia) represents only 6% of the nation's population of 308,745,538 (based on the 2010 census).



The population of the nation's 20 biggest cities represents only 10% of the nation's population. To put this group of 20 cities in perspective, Memphis is the nation's 20th biggest city. Memphis had a population of 646,889 in 2010.



The population of the 50 biggest cities together accounts for only 15% of the nation's population. To put this group of 50 cities in perspective, Arlington, Texas is the nation's 50th biggest city (and had a population of 365,438 in 2010).



To put it another way, 85% of the population of the United States lives in places with a population of less than 365,000 (the population of Arlington, Texas).



Moreover, the population of the nation's 50 biggest cities is declining. In 2000, the 50 biggest cities together accounted for 19% of the nation's population (compared to 15% in 2010).



Even if one makes the far-fetched assumption that a candidate could win 100% of the votes in the nation's 50 biggest cities, that candidate would have won only 15% of the national popular vote.



http://www.nationalpopularvote.com/section_9.5


Well...SHITFORBRAINS:

The Electoral College forces candidates to seek the support of a larger cross-section of the American electorate - to win a series of regional elections. The Framers' fears of a "tyranny of the majority" is still very relevant today. One can see its importance in the fact that despite Hillary Clinton's national popular vote total, she won only about a sixth of the counties nationwide, with her support limited mostly to urban areas on both coasts.

Your consensus above^^^ is grade A BULLSHIT...COLESLAW!

Proved by actual FACTS!



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 08/29/2019 06:51 PM
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johnnyboy

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It's math. That's why you don't get it.

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 08/29/2019 08:00 PM
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Cole

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Originally posted by: johnnyboy

It's math. That's why you don't get it.


Simple arithmetic at that.

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