What about non-voter rights

Since when has the rights of the non-voters in the US gone down the toilet? BTW, we statistically represent the majority of US Citizens living within the 50 states. The people who realize that “elections” are really pretty bogus, and meaningless. Not to mention a waste of time, money, and effort. They cost millions to run, and result in millions and millions in lost productivity on Nov 2. Despite the fact that they are completely worthless.

I hate politics. If politicians want to do something useful: outlaw politics.

1 reply on “What about non-voter rights”

More likely (since for some reason politicians seem adverse to voting themselves out of what is usually a lifelong job) is that the American people will move further toward what Alexander Tyler wrote: “A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until a majority of voters discover that they can vote themselves largess out of the public treasury.” (see for a more extensive version). With the Dems believing that big government is the solution to the world’s problems, they keep taking us farther down that road (notwithstanding Bush’s excessive spending…which Kerry has no problem pointing out; strange since he would spend ten times as much before he’d finished getting settled in the Oval Office).

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