Allen Corneau: While in college the discussion came up about the “Electoral College” and “popular vote”. My instructor was very clear that we here in Washington the State would be fine, as we have a West side of the state and an East side. But when Rhode Island or Texas voted, always Texas would have the upper hand and Rhode Island would have no voice at all. When I think of that I then wonder if they should have a voice at all anyway. They have (lets just round it up) 4 people versus Texas who has 4000. During an Electoral vote situation R.I. gets 1 representative. TX, gets 4. It’s still a win for Texas but the rest of the country has to vote to make it mean anything. Now the problem is the GOP rearranging the lines in their states to make it all GOP when that is not the case. That has to stop. When the popular vote is 50/50 and the votes go 18/2 there is something wrong and our country all needs to be screaming bloody murder at what Virginia is doing.