Ghoh has a very nice discussion going here on the College:
Interfering in an election is a federal crime, and I am waiting for this tyrant to be arrested according to law. Bribery, or the “conflicts of interest,” is also grounds for impeachment failing indictment. The trouble is that due to intimidation, etc, the law increasingly does not apply to this man, and his 37% of the “republican” party treats truth, news and words as though they were a sales pitch, to be spoken and proliferated according to the interest of the salesman.
MyResponse toThe Current Crisis and the Electoral Collegeavailable with this link, and below, takes issue with Mr. Eisenstadt’s fine article on mainly two essential points:
- I clarify that the Electoral College is the intention of the Framers.
- I take issue with Mr.Eisenstadt over his evaluation of the possible consequences of the Electoral College selecting whomever they might choose.
My text, showing italics and bolds, and very slightly edited except for one silly typo in the last paragraph, is as follows:
Response to The Current Crisis and the Electoral College
In The Current Crisis and the Electoral College, The Jewish Pluralist, December 16, 2016, the author, Peter Eisenstadt asks:
“What would be worse? Allowing Trump to become president, and then watching him…
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