Young and crazy.

Ann Coulter can be a bit harsh for my taste.  But she’s fiercely intellegent.  She homes in on weak areas and pounds them flat.

Her mockery of young voters is very similar to my mockery of “city mice”.  In brief:  observation shows that rat overpopulations lead to insanity and cannibalism.  Just as human urban areas lead to Democrats and wealth redistribution. 

And of course Ann is right.  If a 26-year-old isn’t mature enough to manage his own health care, he’s not mature enough to vote.  Only grown-ups should have a say in grown-up business.

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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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11 Responses to Young and crazy.

  1. SDH says:

    No property ownership, no vote. Simple.

    • wormme says:

      I guess I have a problem with that, because of the disparate impact due to cost variations. Even though that impact hits urban voters, who are the ones causing most of these government problems. But it would also disenfranchise innocents.

      Of course you’re absolutely right that it would improve our tyrannical-minded government.

      • SDH says:

        Well, Mrs. SDH doesn’t think much of it either, so that’s two people I respect who disagree.

        I don’t suggest it’s a perfect solution, however, it is pretty simple and would revoke the franchise from that group of people who are most responsible for the current crappy state of western civilization.

        In life, someone’s always going to get the shaft. In my proposal, unlike the current system, the guy getting screwed isn’t the guy footing the bill, and that’s good enough for me.

      • wormme says:

        You may know I really like the idea of government workers giving up the right to vote in their government’s elections. That employs negative reinforcement (the bigger the government, the harder its growth would be).

        There’s even precedence of sorts: military personnel surrender certain First Amendment rights, among others. Getting a security clearance, likewise.

        Choosing a goverment career creates conflict of interest over keeping government minimal. Rather than taking their word that they put the public’s interest over their own, we’d require them to prove it.

    • DiogenesLamp says:

      This is the way thing were when the nation was founded. The founders realized that only the opinions of contributors should matter. It is further my opinion that we haven’t had any GOOD Constitutional Amendments since the founders EXCEPT for the 27th Amendment, which was the last one passed. Guess what? It was WRITTEN BY THE FOUNDERS back in 1789! 🙂 🙂 🙂

  2. Brett says:

    Coulter will always be in my corner for being a Deadhead who understands that the shows were about music.

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