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jaredsxtn Wrote: Trump wouldn't be our President if a handful of people in a handful of swing states didn't decide to overrule the will of the American people, but they did and he is.
232 - 306. Why doesn't anyone address our being invisible to 65% of this country. We knew the rules and lost badly. Blame everyone except ourselves. If more people would have.... well they didn't. A sure victory was stolen by the reality conman. We're a short period away from our next lost opportunity in 14+ months.
Umm...Democrats aren't invisible to 65% of this country unless you're talking strictly about land mass. If that were the case then Democrats would be invisible to 75 or 80% because the vast majority of land mass in America is sparsely populated.
Sure, Republicans do well in places like Wyoming and Kansas, but more people live in Los Angeles than those two states combined. Republicans also do well in places like Utah, Idaho, and Arkansas, but more people live in New York City than those three states combined.
Maybe it's time for Americans to start rethinking how we elect our leaders. Why do so many of us just blindly accept that the minority has the right to overrule the will of the majority? Why should the Democratic Party have to stoop to the lowest common denominator in order to convince a bunch of red necks in so called swing states to vote for them?