posted on May, 14 2018 @ 08:29 AM
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Scifi2424
Yes. And that mob "law" is unconstitutional. Voting for a law is quite different from voting for a representative.
But the fallacy in their argument is that mob rule is good in once case but not the other right? I mean the "mob" or popular vote said that most
people don't want their definition of marriage changed
How is it different? There is no difference in voting for a law or a representative. One is created by the other. One is actually more dangerous than
If the east and west coast rule through this new scam, every city in America will look like San Francisco.
The left wants to impose their will on the rest of America because they lost huge. They chose a candidate that was one of the most evil, murdering,
corrupt politicians in American history and she was roundly rejected. Now they want to change the rules so they can get someone like that elected?
The Russian boogy man has nothing on Killary.
What they want is mob rule on their terms. This is no better than the law that was overturned to deny gays the right to marry. Its the exact same
thing. Zero difference.