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Jeb Stuart Thurmond 05-07-2016 09:54 PM

Should children be allowed to vote?
 
Should children be allowed to vote?

Arguments for:

Encourage people to join the quiverfull movement.

More votes for the quiverful movement, since kids will vote as their parents tell them.

Finally a voting block to stand up to the teachers unions, and Big Education in general.

Economic boost for Disneyland, pony breeders, the candy industry - candy is made from Iowa corn syrup, after all.

Arguments against:

The founding fathers designed our system because they wanted children to become campaign props. The political landscape just won't be the same. Who knows how Ted Cruz's campaign could have turned out, if the Trump supporters hadn't turned the tide with this video:



People support republican politicians based on their gut feelings. Kids are too skinny to have proper guts, resulting in messy political thought, as seen in this video:


Jeb Stuart Thurmond 09-17-2016 02:47 AM

Re: Should children be allowed to vote?
 
On the plus side, kids have a way of thinking outside the box. Just think of the improvements to public transit that could be made by this high-energy patriot:



Scoutman03 04-07-2019 09:21 PM

Re: Should children be allowed to vote?
 
No, they shouldn't. Children are easily influenced and the brain is not even near finished developed.


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