As the decennial redistricting process draws to a close, there are plenty of complaints.
Redistricting is the process of adjusting the political boundaries to the census results, with the general idea of assuming that everyone's vote carries real weight. That's the idea -- and ideal. The reality is more likely to carve the borders in such a way as to maximize the advantage of a particular party or group.
To paraphrase what Clara Peller said in the famous Wendy's commercial, here's the beef, or the whole herd.