Is it a good thing that in a Democracy everyone gets to vote? Should it be restricted to people...
who can prove they know what they're doing or to people who've contributed enough to the country?
Who decides? who determines whether a person has contributed enough or for that matter possess the intelligence to vote. That becomes a problem if you claim to have a democratic process. Citizenship is the litmus test along with registering to vote. Anything beyond that becomes discriminatory in nature and undermines democracy on the whole. WB
Mr. Wayne is totally right. How does one prove that they know what they are doing and who judges that ... it`s in the eye of the beholder.
by thirdmillenium5 years ago
On the eve of the big day:Who gets your vote?
by James Packard3 years ago
Should voting be mandatory in the U.S.?President Obama said Wednesday mandatory voting would be "transformative", referencing a potential change in how money is spent in campaigns. There might be less vying to...
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 months ago
For example, People who are cruel to pets.
by andrew savage5 years ago
Who, or what, do you consider to be artificial intelligence?
by Anish Patel6 years ago
‘Reverse Racism’ - Is there such a thing?If you are White, have you ever felt discriminated against by a person of another race or a person belonging to a ‘minority’ group.
by Steven Pearson5 years ago
If America goes to war on non-American soil, should citizens have the right to vote an immediate endMost of America has disagreed with several wars in recent history. We have no power to change them, and soldiers have...
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