The 2000 Election Proved That You Have No Right To Vote or Have Your Vote Counted Fairly
The Supreme Court reminded us in Bush v. Gore that American Citizens do not have the right to
vote for the President of the United States under the Constitution!
You should also know that your particular vote does not count in any election for President!
Instead, the Constitution mandates that the President be elected by the 538 members of the Electoral College.
So your vote does not count!
The Constitution further provides that the legislatures of all fifty states have the authority to select the electors
or members of the Electoral College on a state by state basis. Right now - the states let their people vote for
electors, but that could end at any time! In the 1800's, several states refused to let their people
vote and the state legislators chose the electors!
Upset? Confused? Angry?
You should be. You probably thought at a minimum that you had the "right to vote" for President. Think again!
Go to http://www.directelect.org
to learn more about the presidential selection process and what you can do ensure that ond day Americans have the absolute
right to vote and choose their President!