Op-Ed: How Republicans are tossing Democratic ballots to help the GOP (and why the electoral system has failed you)
It has been my intention to cover the 2008 election results and the recent elections cycle in depth. I was going to cover how the economy is affecting everyone and how the 2008 election results affected everyone, even the voters themselves.
Then I got caught up with the 2008 election results and had to put it all on the back burner. The reason being that I was focused on the presidential race. I believe that was a mistake for me to be focused on the presidential contest.
Here is what I wrote about the presidential election:
The economy is indeed the reason why President Obama won and even why he gained an electoral vote.
While the election results are very important and the election had a big impact on both the presidential election and the congressional elections, the economy does have a huge impact on the whole country as a whole, even if the presidential election decided the election.
I’m sure you’re well aware of the results of this election, even though you may not have noticed anything that occurred. However, even though the presidential election was decided by a narrow margin of 4,600 votes, the election has consequences that extend beyond the election and affect the people of America and the people throughout this country for the rest of their lives.
That is the reason why it is essential that we look at the election results in depth starting with the presidential election, and before we move on to the congressional elections.
So why do I have to look at the presidential election results? After all, it was all over within an hour of the election ending. It is important for us to look at the election results in depth because we are all individuals. We are individuals, not numbers. We are individuals, not only as voters or voters’ representatives, but as people.
So what exactly can we talk about in depth about in regards to the presidential election results?
I’m going to talk about four things right here: the economy, the 2008 elections, the presidential election and the Supreme Court.