How do you fix that? Has anybody thought about it?
ANS: Yes, I have.
How to Defeat Mail-in-Voting
(NOTE: These articles deal with more than just mail-in voting)
I have posted these links many times before. You can determine their popularity find the number of comments. Note the date on the articles (pre 11/3/2020). But at the end of the day fixing it won't be up to the politicians. It will be up to We The People. That's correct our side has to be willing to engage; has to be willing to get involved in the electoral process instead of watching from the sidelines expecting someone else to do it for us.
Of course, as I've stated before it's easier for some to do nothing and sit back and complain about it. Hence the big difference between their side and our side. I'm hoping that it doesn't come down to gas and food lines before some of us get active.
Here's more: Even if you live in a blue state, most of those red counties can still make a difference. Pressure on state representative to address election laws and other usurpations by the oppistion IS working in some area. Another hint: Democrats get real nervous with our side attends public hearings in large numbers. You'll have to break through the pandemic fear-mongering to force their hand. But it is possible.
This used to be the site or for conservatives were initiatives took place. I understand many of us are older now, and some have passed on. But we have to get that drive back. We have to avoid the cult of defeatism and began thinking positive. Those more senior among us must begin to educate and motivate the newer less experienced Real Americans.
For every commenter on this site: When you post gloom and doom, think about what you're saying to the newest "red-pilled" visitor to this site.
We must start to think and believe in what we can do not what we can't do or what won't work. I am active and willing to work with others to achieve the goals needed to help preserve protect and defend not just the Constitution but the electoral process itself. But until of the 75 million of us take the time to stop look at ourselves and say "what can I do for my country instenad of what my country should do for me " I'm afraid of what kind of future we're leaving to our posterity.
just my $0.02
jimjohn - OUT.