A Retarded Post About Gerrymandering

State boundaries for better or for worse can’t be changed. So there’s no gerrymandering. So whatever problems gerrymandering is causing don’t exist in the Senate. Whatever problems gerrymandering is exacerbating should be much better in the Senate. If you want to believe gerrymandering is at the root of our problems, you ought to be able to produce a healthy list along these lines.

So basically gerrymandering isn’t an issue because state boundaries do not disproportionately affect an election being that they are a fixed variable.

Even though smaller House districts are changed by the ruling political party whenever able. Perhaps the constant scapegoating that pols make towards gerrymandering is overexaggerated, but to say that it doesn’t matter at all because of the Senate’s districts being fixed by state boundaries?



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