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Frenching The Japanese

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I wrote such a pompastalicious jism about Disney and Anime that the Scr1pt_G0ddess fully ate the post before i even knew i was out of line. I was WAY out too; i even compared GunGrave to that peice of shit Cistern Chapel.


Blandon Heat has been most insistant on the topic of the Popular Vote.

Too bad DailyMotion’s iFrame players can’t be trusted…it looks way nicer with the full French Push.

What doesn’t, though?

BTW, i don’t speak French, although i’m starting to see what Japanese means to French speakers. I wouldn’t call that understanding either, though. I’ll get my English subs up soonish, mayhap.

Here’s a playlist you can’t hear without clicking below.
Tunez For T00nz, From T00nz

February 21, 1965

code:

Above is a playlist i’m building, inspired by Galloway’s post of the first video.

Now that’s Web 2.035.


Did i mention that Cheney’s portfolio was up $1Billion more than i had guessed?


Go Haliburton Go!
Homeslicer done learn’t from the best, after all…

Great American Crooks

One may think it a good thing that Arnie can’t use rendition tactics on his state’s overflowing prison population, but one should maybe begin to wonder about both the rate at which the nation is filling it’s new prisons and the increasing internal outsourcing of correction. I’m not generally paranoid of Big Brother, mind you; he’s been here a while and is as lazy and incompetant as all of us Later Day Americans. No, it’s just the syndrome itself does imply an oligopoly (KBR?) market push on the proven weak consumer of American Beurocracy. This will tend to increase the effect until saturation reaches equilibrium, which in this case is presentable bond measures against taxpayers left in the civilian population.


New JFK Footage Eclipses 27th Aniversity of Sri Dr Malcolm X’s Assasination

Yeah, i’m old-skuul 23, over here. Let’s talk about JFK. Wait a sec, though. I wanna drink this glass of ammonia first.

Please Join Me In Raising The Roof For
A Returning Champ Amongst World Powers.

Shi’ite Persian Props

I love that Gundam Seed Iranian smartbomb. These kids are alright, people.

Elevate Me.

click to D/L PromoInfoPetition PDF – “Common Sense”


code:

Think nationally, co-opt campaigns locally.

State Electoral Laws, Compend’d

What we have here is

The Only Online Compendium
of US State Laws Governing
Presidential Electoral Procedure.

That’s right.
We bad.
code:

Electoral Procedures by State, CO – ME

COLORADO – 9 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 1-4-304

SECTION 3.  1-4-304 (5), Colorado Revised Statutes, is amended to read:
        1-4-304.  Presidential electors. (5)  Each presidential elector shall vote for the pair of presidential CANDIDATE and, BY SEPARATE BALLOT, vice-presidential candidates CANDIDATE who received the highest number of votes at the preceding general election in this state.
We have a winner! Colorado comes closest to actually representing it’s people. However, in this case the majority winner gets all of Colorado’s votes, which isn’t a reflection of the voter’s will so much as a magnification of the majority will. This is exactly what opponenets of direct democracy claim that that electoral college prevents: a heavy handed majority count. Why bother using a system if it’s going to cost more time and money and express the majority opinion in an inflated fashion?

Only one reason i can think of. To allow for slippage.

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CONNECTICUT – 7 Electoral Votes
State Law § 9-175

A good example of state law that contributes to the myth of the electoral college as an expression of democratic process can be seen in the Connecticut Confusion Code, a tiresome section of CN state law which states that “elector” means “voter” at the state level.

It does not at the Federal level. This is a classic red herring/grouse hunt, provided by a classic perpetuator of classic Western electoral tyranny. Remember, the colonial revolt was led by aristocrats with an agenda that did not have it’s roots in the establishment of direct democracy but in the suplantation of local elitism for Imperial elitism.

I’m not going to bother including the text here, i’m still looking into this state’s procedure.

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No Legal Requirement 
Electors in these States are not bound by State Law to cast their vote for a specific candidate:
DELAWARE – 3 Electoral Votes
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA – 3 Electoral Votes
DC Pledge / DC Law – § 1-1312(g)

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FLORIDA – 27 Electoral Votes
Party Pledge / State Law – § 103.021(1)

Title IX   ELECTORS AND ELECTIONS
Chapter 103   PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS; POLITICAL PARTIES; EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES AND MEMBERS
103.021  Nomination for presidential electors.–Candidates for presidential electors shall be nominated in the following manner:
(1)  The Governor shall nominate the presidential electors of each political party. The state executive committee of each political party shall by resolution recommend candidates for presidential electors and deliver a certified copy thereof to the Governor before September 1 of each presidential election year. The Governor shall nominate only the electors recommended by the state executive committee of the respective political party. Each such elector shall be a qualified elector of the party he or she represents who has taken an oath that he or she will vote for the candidates of the party that he or she is nominated to represent. The Governor shall certify to the Department of State on or before September 1, in each presidential election year, the names of a number of electors for each political party equal to the number of senators and representatives which this state has in Congress.
(2)  The names of the presidential electors shall not be printed on the general election ballot, but the names of the actual candidates for President and Vice President for whom the presidential electors will vote if elected shall be printed on the ballot in the order in which the party of which the candidate is a nominee polled the highest number of votes for Governor in the last general election.
(3)  Candidates for President and Vice President with no party affiliation may have their names printed on the general election ballots if a petition is signed by 1 percent of the registered electors of this state, as shown by the compilation by the Department of State for the last preceding general election. A separate petition from each county for which signatures are solicited shall be submitted to the supervisor of elections of the respective county no later than July 15 of each presidential election year. The supervisor shall check the names and, on or before the date of the primary election, shall certify the number shown as registered electors of the county. The supervisor shall be paid by the person requesting the certification the cost of checking the petitions as prescribed in s. 99.097. The supervisor shall then forward the certificate to the Department of State which shall determine whether or not the percentage factor required in this section has been met. When the percentage factor required in this section has been met, the Department of State shall order the names of the candidates for whom the petition was circulated to be included on the ballot and shall permit the required number of persons to be certified as electors in the same manner as party candidates.
(4)(a)  A minor political party that is affiliated with a national party holding a national convention to nominate candidates for President and Vice President of the United States may have the names of its candidates for President and Vice President of the United States printed on the general election ballot by filing with the Department of State a certificate naming the candidates for President and Vice President and listing the required number of persons to serve as electors. Notification to the Department of State under this subsection shall be made by September 1 of the year in which the election is held. When the Department of State has been so notified, it shall order the names of the candidates nominated by the minor political party to be included on the ballot and shall permit the required number of persons to be certified as electors in the same manner as other party candidates. As used in this section, the term “national party” means a political party established and admitted to the ballot in at least one state other than Florida.
(b)  A minor political party that is not affiliated with a national party holding a national convention to nominate candidates for President and Vice President of the United States may have the names of its candidates for President and Vice President printed on the general election ballot if a petition is signed by 1 percent of the registered electors of this state, as shown by the compilation by the Department of State for the preceding general election. A separate petition from each county for which signatures are solicited shall be submitted to the supervisors of elections of the respective county no later than July 15 of each presidential election year. The supervisor shall check the names and, on or before the date of the primary election, shall certify the number shown as registered electors of the county. The supervisor shall be paid by the person requesting the certification the cost of checking the petitions as prescribed in s. 99.097. The supervisor shall then forward the certificate to the Department of State, which shall determine whether or not the percentage factor required in this section has been met. When the percentage factor required in this section has been met, the Department of State shall order the names of the candidates for whom the petition was circulated to be included on the ballot and shall permit the required number of persons to be certified as electors in the same manner as other party candidates.
(5)  When for any reason a person nominated or elected as a presidential elector is unable to serve because of death, incapacity, or otherwise, the Governor may appoint a person to fill such vacancy who possesses the qualifications required for the elector to have been nominated in the first instance. Such person shall file with the Governor an oath that he or she will support the same candidates for President and Vice President that the person who is unable to serve was committed to support.
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Florida has a “Party Pledge” electoral law, which in essence grants the two major parties the state’s 27 electoral votes. Note: although it is implied that the electors are elected upon the count of the general ballot, it doesn’t actually say that. The parties’ internal committees provide nominees, and the Governor chooses from those lists. Then…magic happens, and this is called representative democracy.

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No Legal Requirement 
Electors in these States are not bound by State Law to cast their vote for a specific candidate:
GEORGIA – 15 Electoral Votes

HAWAII – 4 Electoral Votes
State Law – §§ 14-26 to 14-28

PART II.  PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS
 
     §14-21  Nomination of presidential electors and alternates; certification; notification of nominees.  In each year when electors of president and vice president of the United States are to be chosen, each of the political parties or parties or groups qualified under section 11-113 shall hold a state party or group convention pursuant to the constitution, bylaws, and rules of the party or group; and nominate as candidates for its party or group as many electors, and a first and second alternate for each elector, of president and vice president of the United States as the State is then entitled.  The electors and alternates shall be registered voters of the State.  The names and addresses of the nominees shall be certified by the chairperson and secretary of the convention of the respective parties or groups and submitted to the chief election officer not later than 4:30 p.m. on the sixtieth day prior to the general election of the same year.  The chief election officer upon receipt thereof, shall immediately notify each of the nominees for elector and alternate elector of the nomination. [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2; am L 1973, c 217, §4(b); am L 1981, c 100, §2(1); gen ch 1993]

§14-22  Contested nominations of presidential electors and alternates.  If more than one certificate of choice and selection of presidential electors and alternate electors of the same political party or group is filed with the chief election officer, as chairperson of the contested presidential electors’ committee hereby constituted, the chief election officer shall notify the state comptroller and attorney general, who are the remaining members of the committee, of the date, time, and place of the hearing to be held for the purposes of making a determination of which set of electors and alternative electors were lawfully chosen and selected by the political party or group.  Notice of the hearing shall be given to the chairperson of the state central committee of each political party and the chairperson of each party or group qualified under section 11-113, contestants for the positions of electors and alternate electors by written notice, and to all other interested parties by public notice at least once.  A determination shall be made by the committee by majority vote not later than 4:30 p.m. on October 30 of the same year and the determination shall be final.  Notice of the results shall be given to the nominees duly determined to have been chosen.  The committee shall have all the powers enumerated in section 11-43. [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2; am L 1973, c 217, §4(c); am L 1981, c 100, §2(2); gen ch 1993; am L 1998, c 2, §7]

     §14-23  Time for election, number to be chosen.  In each presidential election year there shall be elected at large, at the general election, by the voters of the State, as many electors and alternates of president and vice president of the United States as the State is then entitled to elect, in the manner provided under section 11-113.  The electors and the alternates must be registered voters of the State.  The election shall be conducted and the results thereof determined in conformity with the laws governing general elections except as otherwise provided. [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2; am L 1977, c 189, §3]

  §14-24  Certificate of election, notice of meeting.  Not later than 4:30 p.m. on the last day in the month of the election, or as soon as the returns have been received from all counties in the State, if received before that time, the chief election officer shall certify to the governor the names of the presidential electors and alternates of the same political party or group as the candidates for president and vice president receiving the highest number of votes as elected as presidential electors and alternates.  Thereupon the governor shall in accordance with the laws of the United States, communicate by registered mail under the seal of the State of Hawaii to the administrator of general services of the United States, the certificates of persons elected as presidential electors, setting forth the names of the electors and the total number of votes cast for each elector.  The chief election officer shall thereupon, together with a notice of the time and place of the meeting of the electors, cause to issue and transmit to each elector and alternate a certificate of election signed by the governor in substantially the following form:
 
CERTIFICATE OF ELECTION OF
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS
 
     I,……………Governor of the State of Hawaii, do hereby certify that……………, a member of the……………party or group, was on the……………day of……………, 19….., duly elected a Presidential Elector for the State of Hawaii for the presidential election of 19…..
 
CERTIFICATE OF ELECTION OF
ALTERNATE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTOR
 
     I,……………Governor of the State of Hawaii, do hereby certify that……………, a member of the……………party or group, was on the……………day of……………, 19….., duly elected……………Alternate Presidential Elector for Presidential Elector……………for the State of Hawaii for the presidential election of 19…… [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2; am L 1973, c 217, §4(d); am L 1981, c 100, §2(3)]

     §14-25  Duties of the governor.  On or before the day of the meeting of the electors the governor shall deliver to the electors a list of the names of electors, and the governor shall perform any other duties relating to the presidential electors which are required of the governor by laws of the United States. [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2; gen ch 1985]

     §14-26  Assembly of electors at state capital; time.  The electors chosen shall assemble at the state capital on the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December next following their election, at two o’clock in the afternoon. [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2]

     §14-27  Filling vacancies of presidential electors.  In case of the death or absence of any elector chosen, or if the number of electors is deficient for any other reason, the vacancy or vacancies shall be filled by the alternates in the order of their numerical designation for their respective electors causing the vacancy or vacancies, and in the event that vacancy or vacancies still exist, then the electors present shall select from the members of the same political party or group as many persons as will supply the deficiency.  Certificates for the alternates or substitutes as presidential electors shall be issued by the governor. [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2; am L 1981, c 100, §2(4)]

     §14-28  Convening and voting for president and vice president; party vote.  The electors, when convened, if both candidates are alive, shall vote by ballot for that person for president and that person for vice president of the United States, who are, respectively, the candidates of the political party or group which they represent, one of whom, at least, is not an inhabitant of this State. [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2; am L 1981, c 100, §2(5)]

     §14-29  Naming persons voted for in ballots, separate ballots.  The electors shall name in their ballots the person voted for as president, and in separate ballots the person voted for as vice president. [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2]

     §14-30  Lists of persons voted for and number of votes, certification, transmission to president of the senate.  The electors shall separately list the persons voted for as president and as vice president, respectively, and the number of votes for each, which lists they shall sign, certify, seal, and transmit by mail, one copy to the seat of the government of the United States, directed to the president of the senate of the United States, and make such other disposition of the lists as required by law. [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2]

     §14-31  Compensation and mileage of electors, amounts.  Each presidential elector shall receive $50 for the elector’s services, plus the reasonable cost of transportation from the elector’s voting residence in the State to the state capital and return.  Their accounts shall be certified to by the chief election officer and audited by the state comptroller, and shall be payable out of the general fund. [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2; gen ch 1985] 

What’s the beef, bra?

   §14-28  Convening and voting for president and vice president; party vote.  The electors, when convened, if both candidates are alive, shall vote by ballot for that person for president and that person for vice president of the United States, who are, respectively, the candidates of the political party or group which they represent, one of whom, at least, is not an inhabitant of this State. [L 1970, c 26, pt of §2; am L 1981, c 100, §2(5)]

There’s your democratic principle at work, Mr. Washington.

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No Legal Requirement 
Electors in these States are not bound by State Law to cast their vote for a specific candidate:

IDAHO – 4 Electoral Votes 
ILLINOIS – 21 Electoral Votes 
INDIANA – 11 Electoral Votes 
IOWA – 7 Electoral Votes 
KANSAS – 6 Electoral Votes 
KENTUCKY – 8 Electoral Votes 
LOUISIANA – 9 Electoral Votes

MAINE – 4 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 805

Title 21-A: ELECTIONS
  Chapter 9: CONDUCT OF ELECTIONS
    Subchapter 5: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS
      
§805. Convention duties

    The duties of the presidential electors in convention are as follows. [1985, c. 161, §6 (new).]

      1. Separate ballots. When convened as required by section 804, the presidential electors shall each cast separate ballots for President and Vice President, at least one of whom must not be a resident of this State.[1985, c. 161, §6 (new).]

      2. Presidential electors. The presidential electors at large shall cast their ballots for the presidential and vice-presidential candidates who received the largest number of votes in the State. The presidential electors of each congressional district shall cast their ballots for the presidential and vice-presidential candidates who received the largest number of votes in each respective congressional district.[1985, c. 161, §6 (new).]

      3. Certificate prepared and sent. The presidential electors shall make and subscribe to 6 certificates containing the number of votes cast separately for President and Vice President. They shall attach one of the lists of electors furnished them by the Governor to each certificate. They shall seal each certificate and attached list in an envelope stating that a certificate of the votes of this State for President and Vice President is contained inside.[1985, c. 161, §6 (new).]

      4. Envelope sent immediately.[1989, c. 166, §7 (rp).]

      4-A. Certificates sent immediately. The presidential electors shall send immediately by registered mail one certificate to the President of the Senate of the United States and 2 certificates to the Archivist of the United States in Washington, D.C. The presidential electors shall deliver 2 certificates to the Secretary of State, who shall hold one of them subject to the order of the President of the Senate of the United States and shall retain the other for public inspection for one year. The presidential electors shall deliver one certificate to the Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Maine.[1989, c. 166, §8 (new).]

      5. Envelope sent next day.[1989, c. 166, §9 (rp).]

Every state between Maine and Colorado in the above is not serving the will of the populace when calculating electoral votes.

Review of Principle Per Proof of Concept

Given: Pretty much all US citizens at least espouse the desire to live in a democracy.
Given: de-mo-cra-cy – n – Greek demos people (more at ?) + kratia from krato (verb) prevail; descibes a system of government, generally taken to mean “rule by the people”.
Given: The US Constitution, Provisions for he Electoral College,
as recorded and presented by the good folks at the National Archives.
(no need for 8 hours of classes for this simple legal gosub)

Ergo: Begotten was the
US CODE, Chpt 1, to further obfuscate.

“Time of appointing electors

§ 1. The electors of President and Vice President shall be appointed, in each State, on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November, in every fourth year succeeding every election of a President and Vice President.

Failure to make choice on prescribed day

§ 2. Whenever any State has held an election for the purpose of choosing electors, and has failed to make a choice on the day prescribed by law, the electors may be appointed on a subsequent day in such a manner as the legislature of such State may direct.

Number of electors

§ 3. The number of electors shall be equal to the number of Senators and Representatives to which the several States are by law entitled at the time when the President and Vice President to be chosen come into office; except, that where no apportionment of Representatives has been made after any enumeration, at the time of choosing electors, the number of electors shall be according to the then existing apportionment of Senators and Representatives.

Vacancies in electoral college

§ 4. Each State may, by law, provide for the filling of any vacancies which may occur in its college of electors when such college meets to give its electoral vote.

Determination of controversy as to appointment of electors

§ 5. If any State shall have provided, by laws enacted prior to the day fixed for the appointment of the electors, for its final determination of any controversy or contest concerning the appointment of all or any of the electors of such State, by judicial or other methods or procedures, and such determination shall have been made at least six days before the time fixed for the meeting of the electors, such determination made pursuant to such law so existing on said day, and made at least six days prior to said time of meeting of the electors, shall be conclusive, and shall govern in the counting of the electoral votes as provided in the Constitution, and as hereinafter regulated, so far as the ascertainment of the electors appointed by such State is concerned.”

OK…Back to the top.

Time of appointing electors

§ 1. The electors of President and Vice President shall be appointed, in each State, on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November, in every fourth year succeeding every election of a President and Vice President.

Catch that?

Now, your state is left to it’s own devices in the only defferment to states’ rights we all need the Federal Government NOT to make.
No Legal Requirement
Electors in these States are not bound by State Law to cast their vote for a specific candidate:

ARIZONA – 10 Electoral Votes
ARKANSAS – 6 Electoral Votes
DELAWARE – 3 Electoral Votes
GEORGIA – 15 Electoral Votes
IDAHO – 4 Electoral Votes
ILLINOIS – 21 Electoral Votes
INDIANA – 11 Electoral Votes
IOWA – 7 Electoral Votes
KANSAS – 6 Electoral Votes
KENTUCKY – 8 Electoral Votes
LOUISIANA – 9 Electoral Votes
MINNESOTA – 10 Electoral Votes
MISSOURI – 11 Electoral Votes
NEW HAMPSHIRE – 4 Electoral Votes
NEW JERSEY – 15 Electoral Votes
NEW YORK – 31 Electoral Votes
NORTH DAKOTA – 3 Electoral Votes
PENNSYLVANIA – 21 Electoral Votes
RHODE ISLAND – 4 Electoral Votes
SOUTH DAKOTA – 3 Electoral Votes
TENNESSEE – 11 Electoral Votes
TEXAS – 34 Electoral Votes
UTAH – 5 Electoral Votes
WEST VIRGINIA – 5 Electoral Votes

Right here we have a little issue.

These guys can vote however they want in the above states.

Here’s another:

Legal Requirements or Pledges
Electors in these States are bound by State Law or by pledges to cast their vote for a specific candidate:

ALABAMA – 9 Electoral Votes
Party Pledge / State Law – § 17-19-2
ALASKA – 3 Electoral Votes
Party Pledge / State Law – § 15.30.040; 15.30.070
CALIFORNIA – 55 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 6906
COLORADO – 9 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 1-4-304
CONNECTICUT – 7 Electoral Votes
State Law § 9-175
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA – 3 Electoral Votes
DC Pledge / DC Law – § 1-1312(g)
FLORIDA – 27 Electoral Votes
Party Pledge / State Law – § 103.021(1)
HAWAII – 4 Electoral Votes
State Law – §§ 14-26 to 14-28
MAINE – 4 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 805
MARYLAND – 10 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 20-4
MASSACHUSETTS – 12 Electoral Votes
Party Pledge / State Law – Ch. 53, § 8, Supp.
MICHIGAN – 17 Electoral Votes
State Law – §168.47 (Violation cancels vote and elector is replaced).
MISSISSIPPI – 6 Electoral Votes
Party Pledge / State Law – §23-15-785(3)
MONTANA – 3 Electoral Votes
State Law – §13-25-104
NEBRASKA – 5 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 32-714
NEVADA – 5 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 298.050
NEW MEXICO – 5 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 1-15-5 to 1-15-9 (Violation is a fourth degree felony.)
NORTH CAROLINA – 15 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 163-212 (Violation cancels vote; elector is replaced and is subject to $500 fine.)
OHIO – 20 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 3505.40
OKLAHOMA – 7 Electoral Votes
State Pledge / State Law – 26, §§ 10-102; 10-109 (Violation of oath is a misdemeanor, carrying a fine of up to $1000.)
OREGON – 7 Electoral Votes
State Pledge / State Law – § 248.355
SOUTH CAROLINA – 8 Electoral Votes
State Pledge / State Law – § 7-19-80 (Replacement and criminal sanctions for violation.)
VERMONT – 3 Electoral Votes
State Law – title 17, § 2732
* VIRGINIA – 13 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 24.1-162 (Virginia statute may be advisory – “Shall be expected” to vote for nominees.)
WASHINGTON – 11 Electoral Votes
Party Pledge / State Law – §§ 29.71.020, 29.71.040, Supp. ($1000 fine.)
WISCONSIN – 10 Electoral Votes
State Law – § 7.75
WYOMING – 3 Electoral Votes
State Law – §§ 22-19-106; 22-19-108

Again from the NARA Files. I encourage all to go to our national government’s official record keepers’ wesite at the above link. Just clicking through the helpful links will give a very clear illustration of what’s going on here.

This is what i mean by “The Grouse.” It’s a snipe hunt, a BIG LIE that is so blatantly contrived that it lives through scrutiny by virtue of it’s apparently phantom specifics.

Here’s the rub though; you’ll note the state laws quoted. I’m serious when i say good folks work at National Archives; when i was doing my six-hard at the SJPL MLK Main Library i had a couple pleasant occassions to deal with NARA folks, and they’re cool for kids. They don’t have to reference the state laws that detail the states’ proceedures, but they do. They WANT someone to look into this.

So for you true heroes at the archives, who are soon to be deluged with task of making availiable this year’s declassified documents, i will endevour to disclose here the electoral proceedures of each of these Unites States.

Unless i get distracted by the UAPs (aka, UFOs).

The Veil, Parted

It is increasingly hard to intelligently articulate the meme which drives this campaign. There appears to be none who appreciate the mechanism of aristocracy that is the electoral system, nor that it’s undoing would indeed undo much of the power elitism that informs our body politic. I am at a loss to inform and incite on such a basic truth. When faced with the facts as they present themselves in the personal intimacy of live conversation i have met only a few that find flaw with my plan; and of these none whom place my logic or understanding of constitutional law at fault, but rather cite the end result as “descent into mob rule”. Though this may be the case, i have found that mere reference to the past 6 years of unjust and illicit rule has been adequate to turn even the staunchest intellectual elitist into a proponant of populism. Thus, if i can but corner each and every American Citizen in person, we stand a chance of turning the tide towards what is clearly the most honest and overdue course of political endevour: instituting direct popular vote as the only legal method of choosing a Chief Executive.
Here’s the rub of it. I know why this is so.

It’s not sexy enough, is it?

There’s no dark legions of Illuminati to out with Truth™. There’s no secret to it at all.

There’s no futureshock scenario to draw the nervous mind into sympathetic neurotic conviviance, no reels of YouTube hockumentary to illustrate the issue with ad nasseum.

Even worse, it is self-evident and self-succoring; it comes with a solution.

Oh my, how we Americans detest a solution, in particular a praeterobvious and simple one. It is a foulness, a scourge, an Untouchable leper of a reality. Witness the way you drive your car, knowing it is nothing more than a crutch of death that lines the pockets of the ugliest type of opportunistic war profiteer every time you do. Answer?

Don’t drive your fucking car, asshole.

I don’t drive mine. Why? It’s a crutch of death that lines the pockets of the ugliest type of opportunistic war profiteer every time i do, and i really don’t like war profiteers.

I digress, perhaps because my subject isn’t sexy enough.


JFK on who shot him

Yes, Virginia, there is an international power elite, comprised of bankers, financiers, and corporations. There has been for a very long time, no matter what anyone tells you. You really think capitalism is a new thing? A bold new beast? I see. Let’s talk about who funded the Crusades, perhaps; how much interest they charged, and why this scheme eventually folded. These folks have gotten better and better at defining their organs of control, and the new thing that this century did give them is the multinational charter corporation. Well, somewhat new; the Dutch East Indies Company comes to mind as one precursor.

The Enclosure Acts are the clearest illustration of how the power was transferred to these entities. The Lords of Britain had accepted the symbol of exchange of gold as the measure of wealth, thus enabling them to trade off land for cash. This they did, screwing the commoners out of thier fiefdoms as they went. Now everybody had to use cash, which they did, having to eat and all. Some of the hep lords became capitalists proper, with the new resource of urban poor to work thier new factories. Some of the heppist kept thier land as well.

See, land is still real wealth. Hence we call it “real estate”.

This has been, and will always be, both the boon and bane of international banks. They make money by hedging land, and thus need a relative valuation system to leverage increasing returns on, since there’s only so much land. However, land is worthless if it’s on fire, or in the grips of angry peasants. A bank can lose all of thier holdings in one good coup d’tat, if they don’t have diversified holdings. This is why we won’t have a One World Order.


NWO in Thier Own Words

One World Order = One Order To Set Ablaze. They know this. They also know that the moment they try to enact such a thing those of us who know who the players are will cut thier skinny throats. Serious; it’s no secret who these fucks are, y’all. They’re just people; they die easier than most, actually. This doesn’t worry them half as much as the Laws Of Capital do, tho. Capital is based upon dynamic tension, and requires multiple players to work. One World Order = One Stagnant System, with no-one to get over on. This doesn’t allow for increasing margins, thus spawns decreasing returns. That’s a dying system. That’s not what the Board will allow.

So where does this bugaboo come from?

“Who wants a One World System?”

I do, dipshit. I’m a Marxist, remember? We’re the ones who call for an Internationalle, since the system we have in mind isn’t a relative value system. It’s not neccessary to our economy to have infinately increasing margins; in fact, that’s one of the things we say is insane and inevitably dooms capital to failure.

Value=Labor

I wonder why this pervasive villification of an Internationalist agenda would gain such positive spin in an era of increased nationalistic focus? What about it, alleged Lefties? Do you propose isolationism as the panacea for your imaginary NWO?

If They™ were shooting for One World, how come you can’t leave the US without a permit now?

Most importantly, why don’t you want to try to stop them by removing the electoral system and establishing a populist method of control over the Federal government of The United States of America?

Dunno if you RightWingaz have the same trouble with the Globalist Bugbear that we on the LiteLeft do. I’ve known many a separatistish Red Stater though, and blaming the UN is another face of the same windmill. Either way it’s a cop out to blame the power structure we enable for our inaction as Citizens. The answer is the same for you; you want a REAL voice? GET A REAL VOTE. It’s the only thing my dad and i agree on, other than redheads.

* Direct popular vote election of President and Vice President
* Direct popular vote affirmation of Supreme Court Justices
* Direct popular vote ratification of congressional law in matters other than feduciary

As we are the power that informs our civic and state governments, so should we our federal. One head, one vote.

No more partisan gerrymandering. PACs will have to cut deals with citizens’ groups. Abrahmov will have to bribe YOU, neighbors and freinds.

Think it over. If i’m willing to give you RedState yokels a direct vote, isn’t it worth considering right there? Wouldn’t you like to see Buchanan in the runoff? In the Whitehouse?

He’s not getting there unless you can put him there. The electoral college won’t. He is not one of Them™. Niether are Gingrich, Robertson, Perot, Nader, or Citizen j.

C’mon. Let’s try direct democracy. It’s so crazy, it just might work.

Crisis in America, The. [vol. 1.0]

I think i smell Intolerable Acts.

Herr FristUndWarner-Hunter vant answers.

Somehow, somewhere, some traitor decided to abandon the vows we swore as a nation to uphold after the excessive human collateral sausage farm of World War II. Some pack of short-memed, ignoble, middle-managing autarchs in bad windbreakers slashed veteran’s benifits while sending kids to war in stripped-out armourless Tonka Toys while thumbing thier noses openly at the idea that they were in fact acountable to keep obligations to laws they had been pledged to keep as scripture.

Apparently all the other folks whose law degrees us laymen all look up to so were unable to sort out the complexities of the matter at the time, legally speaking. Since they have no morals or ethics, rendition and torture didn’t bother Congress or the Supreme Court per se.

Then some foreigners brought it up, so they had to clear up the fine print.

It’s not even a question, as my favorite gatekeeping ex-hired gun Vice Admiral Jack Shanahan says. Why debate torture? Given it’s status as a slippery slope, debating torture was avoided. Now it’s all cool, because both sides made concessions, you know, and that’s democracy, which is great and just.
Yeah, all you toughguys in congress really laid it out and took the hardline Geneva fundamentals to ol’ Dubya. Fair well beat him down.
No trials for war criminals this decade, peaceniks. The CIA’s secret rendition network now doesn’t have to be secret.
What, you thought they would impeach him? Maybe the UN was going to bust an SIS move and Mossad Bush, Cheyny and Rummy off to Gibraltar for War Crimes Trials?


Join all 40 ex-DOD and armed services executives who think we should act less like our puppet regimes and more like humans.

Get it yet? The Legislative, Executive and Judicial Branches are acting in tandem. This is known as a “bad thing”, as Ethan Allen told it.

Maybe we should remove the incestuous umbilical cord tying our Federal branches to each other and instate a direct public vote for the Office of President before the next cycle.