he's certainly impassioned, and heaven knows that the GOP is searching for a train back to the 20th Century, even if the SCOTUS isn't.
Two bad defeats in a rwo seems to have ahd some effect.
Mind you some people are working hard to twist the electoral system to make it something that the Democrats can never win, I was watching a story where they want to re-district Virginia so that 47% of the popular vote (what Romney got there) will yield 70% of the Electoral Vote. So much for One man, One vote. (70% for 47% of the vote is what Republicans call fair representation.) Same in Ohio and Michigan, and possibly Wisconsin. The governor of Virginia has already said he won't do it.
Can you say Gerrymandering? Said Mr. Rogers, or is it Mr. Roberts.
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