Thanks! I thought of that and then let it slip from my mind. Guess I was a little tired and distracted(not to mention lazy, ZZZZZZZZ.)
It’s been done this way since it started.
Do you really think that with, let’s say, a 1 to 10 vote majority in the US House of Reps. any party in power wants to throw away their majority? Give it time and it will happen… say in California as businesses and citizens tire of paying increased taxes to pay off a 36 BILLION $ debt.
What are we to do? Create a 5 member panel in each state to gerrymander their states and another one for the US redistricting?
Let’s see…each committee must consist of 1 registered Democrat, 1 registered Republican, 1 unaffiliated conservative, 1 unaffiliated liberal and 1 unaffiliated moderate.
But who determines what an unaffiliated moderate is? Who represents the first time voters? What about states where there are 1 registered Democrat, 1 registered Republican, and 3 unaffiliated liberals? What about the Libertarian or Green Party representation?
Think of the permutations with only 5 members on a panel! AAARG! You do the math.
I henceforth declare myself an independent! Heh! Heh! Heh!