And yet, many distributions are moving to it.
Unless there is some kind of Super Secret Linux Conspiracy[...]
I think that rather than "conspiracy", a lot of the distros starting to use it can be attributed to systemd making themselves a dependency of so much, coupled to the general problems of getting a distro out the door, and you simply ended up with the devs going "fuck it, I'm tired of tearing out all this crap". In addition, since it's simply easier to take from upstream (and add your "flavor" on top), it ends up simply being a cascade -- oh, Debian stable is systemd, so now Ubuntu 16.04 is, and in turn Mint 18 is (and whatever other distros that're downstream of Debian Stable or Ubuntu)
So, you end up with the only way to get away from it is either something completely different (e.g. Slackware), or a fork (e.g. Devuan), and then, if you so choose, further forking and re-building the things that systemd has hooked itself into (or forgoing those things in favor of something else). And well, that takes a lot of effort, and not everyone is inclined to provide the effort, or has the means to help even if they want to; not to mention the inability (for reasons outside their control) to wait for these things to be "fixed".
But ten thousand people using a phrase one way while only one person clings to using it the old way does make them right. Language evolves and popular usage becomes the correct usage over time.
And in 500 years, we'll be watering plants with Brawndo - because it has what plants crave, it has electrolytes.
Most laws he will try to pass probably will get vetoed by Congress or the Senate (forget who vetoes who) and when they try to pass laws, he's veto them because that is the sort of asshole he is.
"Congress" is made up of the Senate (2 reps per state), and the House of Representatives (Reps dependent on state population).
Pres gets to suggest new laws to congress. Congress can choose to vote or drop it on the floor.
If a bill passes congress, the pres can veto. If the bill is vetoed, Congress can overrule with 2/3 majority in both houses.
If a bill is passed into law, Supreme Court finally has the power to review and deem it unconstitutional.
Of course you might. There's nothing like America for single-issue voting.
"Well, yeah, he's a complete idiot, and he'll plunge our country into a new depression, and half the population will starve to death, and the other half will eat them to stay alive, but there might be a few more jobs for American tech workers at the end of it!"
"It's people. Soylent Green is made out of people!"
The cost of feathers has risen, even down is up!