What is done in New York could filter its way into the general elections across the country as the progressive activist Judges and the democrats in general continue to position themselves to kidnap as much of the voting populous as possible. If they cannot purchase your vote with entitlements they will simply give you more trips to the voting booth. Will 6 votes each be enough?
Although the village of about 30,000 residents is nearly half Hispanic, no Latino had ever been elected to any of the six trustee seats, which until now were chosen in a conventional at-large election. Most voters were white, and white candidates always won.
Federal Judge Stephen Robinson said that violated the Voting Rights Act, and he approved a remedy suggested by village officials: a system called cumulative voting, in which residents get six votes each to apportion as they wish among the candidates. He rejected a government proposal to break the village into six districts, including one that took in heavily Hispanic areas. SOURCE : Yahoo! News.
So where does the favoritism end. Would a Federal Judge ever allow Caucasian voters in Los Angles to have 3 votes each at elections since they are the minority? How about the Asian communities and Muslims? Will those communities with a particular race creed or color get special consideration at the polls in other cities as well?
Well I am glad this is in New York, (for now) but the problem here is that a Federal Judge passed the law for a local election process. New York already has a system that allows for favoritism towards a democrat or progressive candidate by using FUSION POLITICS. Fusion Politics allows for a 3 party system where 2 of the parties cast support to one candidate. The result is that the candidate ends up on the ballot more than once. The candidate is listed on the ballot under each party designation. That third party is the WFP, a party that openly professes a Marxist philosophy. Sound fair?
The village held 12 forums — six each in English and Spanish — to let voters know about the new system and to practice voting. The bilingual ballot lists each candidate across the top row — some of them twice if they have two party lines — and then the same candidates are listed five more times. In all, there are 114 levers; voters can flip any six. SOURCE : Yahoo! News.
So as the election laws and policies continue to get corrupted by organizations like SEIU, the AFL-CIO, Building Trades unions and other corrupt institutions like ACORN we will continue to see a skewed result leaning more and more to the left with each pull of the lever.