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Re: Election

At 10:24 PM 11/10/00 -0500, you wrote:
>Beth Arnold wrote:
>> Frankly, those who
>> don't know before they enter  probably should not be there in the first
>> place.  Time for homework is before the test not during the test.
 >I have looked and looked through my copy of the Constitution and cannot find
>this requirement anywhere.  We obviously do not apply an intelligence test to
>the candidates, don't see why we need one for the voters.  Course, if I
get to
>decide who's smart enough to vote, I might go along with it.
Well put, Chick.  Also, seems to me that the idea of an intelligence test
for voters has already been tried. Worked really well for a while, kept the
vote in the South lily white. Then the Yankee Liberal Commie Pinko Freak
crowd came along and insisted that every citizen in this country had the
right to vote (except maybe for convicted serial killers). Well, I never!
No wonder this country is going to hell in a handbasket.  

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