The New Hampshire Democrat Party leadership is top-loaded with Clinton lackeys. And even if that were not the case, the party on the Left shares a common interest. Making New Hampshire politically meaningless. Stripping her of any significance. Removing any reason whatsoever for any national candidate to ever set foot within our borders again. How?
They want to disband the Electoral College.
Clinton keeps suggesting it. The Democrats and their money are behind a push to make it moot if they can’t find a path to undoing it. But without it, New Hampshire’s voters would lose their national political voice altogether.
Walter Williams reminds us why. It would make states like New Hampshire meaningless in national elections.
The Electoral College method of choosing the president and vice president guarantees that each state, whether large or small in area or population, has some voice in selecting the nation’s leaders.
Were we to choose the president and vice president under a popular vote, the outcome of presidential races would always be decided by a few highly populated states. They would be states such as California, Texas, Florida, New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania, which contain 134.3 million people, or 41 percent of our population.
Without the Electoral College, a few large liberal cities would decide the political fate of the entire nation. Visiting New Hampshire’s puny population with cities the size of large towns would serve no political purpose.
We would no longer be a government “of the people”; instead, our government would be put in power by and accountable to the leaders and citizens of a few highly populated states.
Any Democrat in the Granite State who has supported the idea or better yet not objected should be questioned. Any Democrat running for elected office should be publicly challenged. Why haven’t you openly opposed calls by prominent members of your party to dissolve the Electoral College?
When you are done with that, ask them why they are not also openly objecting to a Democrat suggestion that low population state’s don’t deserve two US Senators?