— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 29, 2016
— The Hill (@thehill) November 29, 2016
How do you like that?
@thehill Ha. Shocker.
— Matthew LaPointe (@toomuchnoise) November 29, 2016
@thehill hahahahahaha… of course he does
— Joe Schrimsher (@jschrimsher2) November 29, 2016
@thehill I'm sure he does!
— PaulyV (@PaulVentrales) November 29, 2016
@thehill I'm sure he does
— Antonia Lee (@antonialee1978) November 29, 2016
You don't say? https://t.co/f3CDoo9rMz
— BT (@back_ttys) November 29, 2016
@thehill ya don't say?
— Bmore_Al (@Bmore_Al) November 29, 2016
No, it’s true!
“I think moving to a popular vote system is not without peril, is not without problems, it’s not a simple ‘one choice is all good, the other is all bad.’ It’s a balancing act. But I think the balance has shifted, in my mind at least, and I think that we should go to a popular vote.”
“Our democracy’s been hacked now. It’s pathetic how our system is not working today,” Gore said.
“And I think that moving to a popular vote for president would be one of the initiatives, getting money out of the process, which is another difficult challenge, but if we could do three or four things that could bring our democracy back to life and help us to make good decisions again.”
Don’t worry, he’s not bitter or anything. He just wants us to make good decisions again!
@thehill It's clear he doesn't understand it.
— George Fry (@gefry) November 29, 2016
@thehill I bet he does. Too bad we're a nation of 50 sovereign states, there's no such thing as a national "popular vote"
— Brandon Butler (@BrandonKButler) November 29, 2016
@thehill Gore just demonstrating his ignorance of what a Republic is.
— Beaver Falls Hosiery (@subBurgher) November 29, 2016