19 Minutes...That’s When the Leftist Attack on the Constitution Began

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Actually, the EC makes a vote in Montana equal to several California or Texas votes.
Really Comrade? In 2016, the state of California had 56 Electoral votes, the state of Montana had 3.
The actual numbers show that every Montana voter is worth 2 CA voters so they have twice the influence in Presidential elections:

Population EC Votes Voters per EC Vote
California 39,536,653 56 706,012
Montana 1,074,532 3 358,177
Maybe they should be apportioned per square mile?

Bear in mind this is also the representation in congress. Now what do the Stalinist rulers of California know about the needs of cowboys in Montana?
Apportioning per square mile would skew the results even more. What do the cowboys in Montana know about the needs of California? The cowboys influence in CA is twice the influence of CA on the cowboys.

It's not really a case of state vs state, it is more a case of urban vs rural. That ratio has changed dramatically since the days of the Founding Fathers but the system has not. Adapt or perish is a law of nature.
Bottom line, under a Stalinist system, when the results are not what the party wants, change the rules. The Constitution is an impediment to power for the party, hence you demand it be discarded. Oh, and the Cowboy influence on the densely packed barrios of California ARE over twice that of the reciprocal. Montana provides food that would be sorely missed. Only the Silicone Valley Oligarchs would notice if 9 million illegals were to suddenly vanish. "Carlos, why is the south lawn not mowed?" "Jesus and his compadres no trabajo today, Senor Zuckerberg"
Stalinists?? Get a grip. Every party and every president has pushed the limits of the Constitution to get what they want.

I wouldn't discard the Constitution, just update it a bit. It is showing its age.
 

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Montana provides food that would be sorely missed.
Actually Montana produces less than 1/10 the agricultural value of California. CA provides 11% of the US food production to MTs 0.9%. Montana would not be missed.
Using figures from 1970, that is no doubt true. But of course under the Brown and Pelosi (ne' Newsom) regimes the Imperial Valley has been turned into a dustbowl.

Beef from Montana is vital to California.
 

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Really Comrade? In 2016, the state of California had 56 Electoral votes, the state of Montana had 3.
The actual numbers show that every Montana voter is worth 2 CA voters so they have twice the influence in Presidential elections:

Population EC Votes Voters per EC Vote
California 39,536,653 56 706,012
Montana 1,074,532 3 358,177
Maybe they should be apportioned per square mile?

Bear in mind this is also the representation in congress. Now what do the Stalinist rulers of California know about the needs of cowboys in Montana?
Apportioning per square mile would skew the results even more. What do the cowboys in Montana know about the needs of California? The cowboys influence in CA is twice the influence of CA on the cowboys.

It's not really a case of state vs state, it is more a case of urban vs rural. That ratio has changed dramatically since the days of the Founding Fathers but the system has not. Adapt or perish is a law of nature.
Bottom line, under a Stalinist system, when the results are not what the party wants, change the rules. The Constitution is an impediment to power for the party, hence you demand it be discarded. Oh, and the Cowboy influence on the densely packed barrios of California ARE over twice that of the reciprocal. Montana provides food that would be sorely missed. Only the Silicone Valley Oligarchs would notice if 9 million illegals were to suddenly vanish. "Carlos, why is the south lawn not mowed?" "Jesus and his compadres no trabajo today, Senor Zuckerberg"
Stalinists?? Get a grip. Every party and every president has pushed the limits of the Constitution to get what they want.

I wouldn't discard the Constitution, just update it a bit. It is showing its age.
You actually have the Chutzpah to deny that your party is Stalinist? :eek:

Under democrats, there is no law, no Constitution. Life is capricious, whatever the party demands at any given second. If a party member is corrupt, well then INVESTIGATING corruption is a crime - tomorrow that could change. We must INVESTIGATE the president who is running for office because INVESTIGATING a party member is interfering in the 2020 election. And you good little drones never recognize the insane contradiction, much less question. The party is mother, the party is father, all praise to the party.
 

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Montana provides food that would be sorely missed.
Actually Montana produces less than 1/10 the agricultural value of California. CA provides 11% of the US food production to MTs 0.9%. Montana would not be missed.
Using figures from 1970, that is no doubt true. But of course under the Brown and Pelosi (ne' Newsom) regimes the Imperial Valley has been turned into a dustbowl.

Beef from Montana is vital to California.
You really have no clue do you?

The numbers were from 2016 but I did check for more recent numbers. While MT's 0.9% number has not changed, the CA dustbowl now produces 13.4% of US agriculture.

As for beef, CA produces 9% of the US total but no one in CA eats beef, they're all vegans.
 

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Montana provides food that would be sorely missed.
Actually Montana produces less than 1/10 the agricultural value of California. CA provides 11% of the US food production to MTs 0.9%. Montana would not be missed.
Using figures from 1970, that is no doubt true. But of course under the Brown and Pelosi (ne' Newsom) regimes the Imperial Valley has been turned into a dustbowl.

Beef from Montana is vital to California.
You really have no clue do you?

The numbers were from 2016 but I did check for more recent numbers. While MT's 0.9% number has not changed, the CA dustbowl now produces 13.4% of US agriculture.

As for beef, CA produces 9% of the US total but no one in CA eats beef, they're all vegans.
Complete bullshit.

California continues to be replaced by Mexico and Chile as the source of summer fruits and vegetables. UC Davis blames this on the last drought, but the destruction of agriculture in California started before the last 7 year cycle. (California has 4 years of drought out of every 7). Semi and Ventura counties, which were once bastions of Broccoli, Garlic, Strawberries and onions are devoid of agriculture as housing has overtaken farmsteads.

I assume you simply made up the shit you posted, noting no links.

Exports – Agricultural Issues Center
 

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Montana provides food that would be sorely missed.
Actually Montana produces less than 1/10 the agricultural value of California. CA provides 11% of the US food production to MTs 0.9%. Montana would not be missed.
Using figures from 1970, that is no doubt true. But of course under the Brown and Pelosi (ne' Newsom) regimes the Imperial Valley has been turned into a dustbowl.

Beef from Montana is vital to California.
You really have no clue do you?

The numbers were from 2016 but I did check for more recent numbers. While MT's 0.9% number has not changed, the CA dustbowl now produces 13.4% of US agriculture.

As for beef, CA produces 9% of the US total but no one in CA eats beef, they're all vegans.
Complete bullshit.

California continues to be replaced by Mexico and Chile as the source of summer fruits and vegetables. UC Davis blames this on the last drought, but the destruction of agriculture in California started before the last 7 year cycle. (California has 4 years of drought out of every 7). Semi and Ventura counties, which were once bastions of Broccoli, Garlic, Strawberries and onions are devoid of agriculture as housing has overtaken farmsteads.

I assume you simply made up the shit you posted, noting no links.

Exports – Agricultural Issues Center
Au contraire... You wanted links, you got links.

In 2015, the leading cow states are:
  1. Texas with 11.8 million
  2. Nebraska with 6.3 million
  3. Kansas with 6 million
  4. California with 5.2 million, or about 9% of the US total.
  5. Oklahoma with 4.6 million
Top 5 States
  • All Cattle
    • Texas: 13 million
    • Nebraska: 6.8 million
    • Kansas: 6.35 million
    • Oklahoma: 5.3 million
    • California: 5.15 million
  • Cows and Heifers that have Calved
    • Texas: 5.2 million
    • California: 2.38 million
    • Oklahoma: 2.19 million
    • Missouri: 2.14 million
    • Nebraska: 2 million
  • Beef Cows that have Calved
    • Texas: 4.66 million
    • Oklahoma: 2.15 million
    • Missouri: 2.06 million
    • Nebraska: 1.94 million
    • South Dakota: 1.82 million
  • Dairy Cows that have Calved
    • California: 1.73 million
    • Wisconsin: 1.27 million
    • New York: 625,000
    • Idaho: 614,000
    • Texas: 545,000
  • Calf Crop
    • Texas: 4.75 million
    • Oklahoma: 2.05 million
    • Missouri: 1.94 million
    • South Dakota: 1.9 million
    • California: 1.86 million
  • Cattle on Feed
    • Nebraska: 2.75 million
    • Texas: 2.75 million
    • Kansas: 2.43 million
    • Iowa: 1.32 million
    • Colorado: 1.05 million

California accounts for 11% of ag cash receipts in the United States.

United States $395,068,677,000
Rank Commodity Cash Receipts Percent
1 California $44,738,132,000 11.30%
2 Iowa $31,985,370,000 8.10%
3 Nebraska $24,465,882,000 6.20%
4 Texas $22,726,067,000 5.80%
5 Minnesota $20,580,696,000 5.20%
6 Illinois $19,649,939,000 5.00%
7 Kansas $16,223,254,000 4.10%
8 Wisconsin $12,110,055,000 3.10%
9 Indiana $12,052,964,000 3.10%
10 North Carolina $11,706,602,000 3.00%
11 Ohio $10,066,756,000 2.50%
12 South Dakota $10,013,470,000 2.50%
13 Missouri $9,940,400,000 2.50%
14 Georgia $9,779,096,000 2.50%
15 Arkansas $9,421,594,000 2.40%
16 Washington $9,293,914,000 2.40%
17 North Dakota $8,684,221,000 2.20%
18 Michigan $8,293,622,000 2.10%
19 Florida $8,252,525,000 2.10%
20 Colorado $7,638,232,000 1.90%
21 Idaho $7,586,979,000 1.90%
22 Oklahoma $7,038,174,000 1.80%
23 Pennsylvania $6,868,357,000 1.70%
24 Mississippi $6,235,891,000 1.60%
25 Alabama $5,349,114,000 1.40%
26 New York $5,287,766,000 1.30%
27 Kentucky $5,284,095,000 1.30%
28 Oregon $4,817,294,000 1.20%
29 Louisiana $4,127,882,000 1.00%
30 New Mexico $4,019,802,000 1.00%
31 Arizona $3,909,695,000 1.00%
32 Tennessee $3,849,846,000 1.00%
33 Montana $3,745,101,000 0.90%
 

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The actual numbers show that every Montana voter is worth 2 CA voters so they have twice the influence in Presidential elections:

Population EC Votes Voters per EC Vote
California 39,536,653 56 706,012
Montana 1,074,532 3 358,177
Maybe they should be apportioned per square mile?

Bear in mind this is also the representation in congress. Now what do the Stalinist rulers of California know about the needs of cowboys in Montana?
Apportioning per square mile would skew the results even more. What do the cowboys in Montana know about the needs of California? The cowboys influence in CA is twice the influence of CA on the cowboys.

It's not really a case of state vs state, it is more a case of urban vs rural. That ratio has changed dramatically since the days of the Founding Fathers but the system has not. Adapt or perish is a law of nature.
Bottom line, under a Stalinist system, when the results are not what the party wants, change the rules. The Constitution is an impediment to power for the party, hence you demand it be discarded. Oh, and the Cowboy influence on the densely packed barrios of California ARE over twice that of the reciprocal. Montana provides food that would be sorely missed. Only the Silicone Valley Oligarchs would notice if 9 million illegals were to suddenly vanish. "Carlos, why is the south lawn not mowed?" "Jesus and his compadres no trabajo today, Senor Zuckerberg"
Stalinists?? Get a grip. Every party and every president has pushed the limits of the Constitution to get what they want.

I wouldn't discard the Constitution, just update it a bit. It is showing its age.
You actually have the Chutzpah to deny that your party is Stalinist? :eek:

Under democrats, there is no law, no Constitution. Life is capricious, whatever the party demands at any given second. If a party member is corrupt, well then INVESTIGATING corruption is a crime - tomorrow that could change. We must INVESTIGATE the president who is running for office because INVESTIGATING a party member is interfering in the 2020 election. And you good little drones never recognize the insane contradiction, much less question. The party is mother, the party is father, all praise to the party.
There is nothing you said about the Dems that couldn't be said of the GOP.
 

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Is the Constitution still considered a liberal document creating a liberal form of government?
 

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