Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Gerrymandering the Electoral College

Once the democrats/socialists/communists solidify control of the U.S. government, they will make some changes to make sure they never lose power again.

Perhaps they'll start by suggesting that North Dakota and South Dakota should merge, in the cause of efficiency, streamlining, and reduction of waste. It may sound like a good idea, but it's the start of a slippery slope. Conservatives would lose two or three electoral votes, as well as seats in Congress.

Then the federal government will merge Montana and Wyoming, and maybe Idaho. Several more conservative electoral votes and congressional seats gone.

Then they'll merge Kansas and Oklahoma together. They'll merge Nebraska with Dakota. Arkansas with Mississippi. Anything to glom the conservatives into larger states that will then have fewer voices in the power of government.

They'll pull a few other tricks, as well. They'll merge Alaska and Hawaii into a new state of Pacific, in which the conservatives of Alaska are overwhelmed by the liberals in Hawaii. They'll merge the District of Columbia with Virginia, to tip that state definitely into the liberal side of things.

Other states, like California and New York, will be divided into two or three because they're just too big for their own good. The new boundaries will be drawn, however, with a close eye to making sure the liberals don't lose control of any of the new creations. More electoral votes for the communists.

Soon, all conservative areas of the country will be lumped together into one massive state with little say in the national government. Power will continue to gravitate toward the presidency, which will forever be in the hands of the power-hungry socialist ruling class.

Until the revolution.

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