An idea whose time has come.

Forget about not wanting state sponsored outreach to people on welfare to get them registered to vote.  People on welfare should not be allowed to vote at all!  Everyone can see the conflict of interest.

If you let those on welfare vote, what do you think they are going to vote for? For more welfare spending. Can you vote yourself a pay raise?

This plain conflict of interest extends beyond just those on welfare.  All government employees at the federal, state, and local levels share in this conflict of interest.  Those are votes for more public spending, more government jobs, and higher government wages.

It is necessary to make these certain groups ineligible to vote.  It won’t be easy.  Maybe it will require a Constitutional amendment.  This is a problem with a solution we can no longer afford to postpone.

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About ErnstStavroBlofeld

  • You have to offer people on welfare the chance that they can make things better under their own power rather than through begging the government. Right now I don’t hear the Republicans doing that.

    I want to hear the Republicans appealing to black and latino men who want to achieve in business. People who are taking risks and achieving in socially hurtful industries ought to be encouraged to put their energies into areas that are good for society.

    It shouldn’t be as hard as you’re making it out to be.  

  • and all those XXX and XXY females….they shouldn’t get the vote either….friggin mutants!!