I have come to the conclusion that the underlying reason the Democrats are in favor of sanctuary cities is because the bigger the population the more seats they get in the House of Representatives.Hence changing the electoral college.
It's cute how you pretend this was an original thought and not something right wing media told you to believe.
What about police departments that say this will hinder their investigations and make it less likely for some victims to report crimes? Why don't you support them?
The more seats the better it is for republicans. The republicans have been in charge for the last two census and have gerrymandered the shit out of our districts making it even easier for them to control Congress. And as we can see the electoral college isn't helping democrats.
Someone doesn't know about north carolina
Having to pay for the immigrants, reduces funds for the taxpayer and makes them more poor. This gives the Democrats more power.
Sounds like you have come to the correct conclusion.
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How is it cute?Something was brought to my attention and I went and looked for the facts. Try it sometime, it might help with your one sided thinking.
The crazy gerrymandered north Carolina. And the stupid shit they're doing. Just recently they slashed education funding, but only to democratic districts
I'm sorry, try to keep up, we're talking about the federal government.
Gerrymandering DOES affect the federal government...
Explain yourself again, because you are totally off topic, Raging. Explain what NC's budget has to do with seat held by the FEDERAL House of Representatives again?
Raging could you go though page six of this report and let me know how many districts are democrat districts. www.dpi.state.nc.us/docs/fbs/resources/data/highlights/2017highlights.pdf
Before you type anything, know what your talking about please.....
@ColonelWest, gerrymandering is illegal too
So illegal immigration couldn't possible be helping conservative Texas gain more seats? A state where a judge just ruled our districts ARE gerrymandered.
Disagree. Google Republican gerrymandering 2010. All lib sources, but that's because Dems haven't had the opportunity to do this in most states for a long time (both parties are historically very guilty here.)
What are you talking about now Mystic?
It's convenient but there's principle in it too.