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  1. Sure the popular vote means something, less than one million votes, it means today what it meant when it was made into law. The rest of America does not want and will not have the behavioral sinks of the big cities run America. Anyone familiar with the theorems of Mr. Murphy knows that if the demonrats change it, in the next election it will be the other way around. Those who think it’s a good idea to keep chipping away at the foundations of our republic may get a chance to experience Fudd’s First Law! “If you push something hard enough, it will fall over” and/or it’s Testicles Deviant “If you mess around with something that works long enough eventually you will screw it up”

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