- Jul 2019
- New Jersey
So the American system isn't the only "immoral" one in the world? Imagine that. They used to have elections in places like the USSR, and its Iron Curtain satellites, Iraq, Cuba and other places where people's vote were truly disenfranchised. Voters in Quebec and the Basque often don't feel as if their vote matters either. As I have posted more than once, the presidential candidates and the electorate know the system. They should approach it accordingly. We can enjoy our discussion, but I wouldn't bet on the system being changed anytime soon.
Edit: And European countries provide plenty of examples of classic majoritarian tyranny. Have you ever heard of a credible movement in the US to ban burqas?