Massachusetts is changing their electoral process so that their Electoral College votes go to the winner of the national popular vote if it differs from the Mass. Commonwealth’s.
James Taranto, of the Wall Street Journal’s Best Of The Web column, notes some political problems that will ensue, sooner or later. He’s always an excellent and humorous read.
Here’s the gist of the email I just sent him:
Dear BOTW folks,
You mentioned political problems to ensue from the Massachusetts decision to award Electoral College votes based on the national popular vote.
To do this requires faith in the honesty of all other states’ voters.
Or…confidence that your allies will steal more votes. Would you say rooting out voting intimidation and fraud are priorities of the current Justice Dept.?
Just wait until the Chicago political machine learns that with enough votes it can alter other states’ elections.
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