Comment: And if I read it

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And if I read it

And if I read it correctly:

Any single state can start the process by just having its legislature chose a senator (different from the one chosen by the popular election, if one is even held) and demand he be seated.

On a more iffy basis:

Even if the the senate seats the popular-vote winner and rejects the state government's choice, and the courts refuse to get involved (on the theory that the Senate is the final authority on who it seats), the courts might then be dragged into it if a new law, passed by a single vote in the senate, is challenged by someone on whom it is being enforced (like maybe the same state's government, when it refuses to follow the law in question).

Lots of opportunity here to sew chaos if the government refuses to play by Constitutional rules.

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"Obama’s Economists: ‘Stimulus’ Has Cost $278,000 per Job."

That means: For each job "created or saved" about five were destroyed.