I beg to differ.
The electorial college is based off a states overall population, so each state gets more votes if it is larger, so if you live in a large state your vote indivudualy is worth less to determine the state outcome, but this is countered by the fact that the state is worth more overall, so it balances out.
Remeber we are a union of states, it is not the united people of america, the electorial college has worked for this whole time and it will work again here in a couple of weeks. And im gonna vote, so nyah! ^_^
The two resons why i am voting:
1) I really dont like Kerry, so i am gonna vote against him (before i payed attention, i was gonna just default my vote for Bush, that is, if i dont vote it doesnt really matter cause Bush Is gonna win KS anyways.)
2) The guys we got in Manhattan are doing really well, so they need to be reelected. This is prob. a more important reason to vote for someone in manhappiness anyways.