Eske Esquire wrote:
Based on Gbaji's analogy here, I think we can find a solution. 1 vote per person, 1 bullet per person. No restrictions on guns.
No, he already said that doesn't count. See, each person with a gun is a soldier in his side's army just like every person with a vote is a soldier in his side's army. Because casting one vote is the same as firing lots of bull--- ****, I don't know.
Wait. Wait. Wait.
What's the Electoral College in this metaphor?
The Electoral College members are battles won or lost in a war. Is this really such a difficult analogy for people to grasp? What do you think we'd be doing to determine who leads us if we didn't have elections or hereditary rule?
What's an absentee ballot? Is it like, a sniper rifle or something?
I JUST WANT TO KNOW THE RULES, GBAJI.