I used to live (for 30 years) in the western most continental state and hated that by the time the damned primary vote came to our state, the idiots in the moron states had managed to eliminate all the good candidates and left us only people like McCain and Kerry to vote for on our ballots.
What? I asked, is wrong with long distance voting in all the primaries as they roll across the country so that when it is 'my turn' I can still choose the candidate that I favored before he dropped out of the race after losing Iowa or Vermont?
Probably nothing at all.
Can't you see it now, 65,000% of eligible voters in Vermont voted in the next primary.
My kind of voter literacy.
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