October 15, 2012
Undecided Voter Focus Group Material
Created by Imaksim
Posted by gerardvanderleun at October 15, 2012 10:16 AM
Who's Frank Luntz?
What's a 'focus group'?
When do we get paid?
Will there be food?
I believe in disenfranchising:
- 18-20 year olds. Even when that law passed it was a bad idea, and now that this group is throughly infantilized, they should be tossed off the rolls. Besides, typically very few of them vote.
- Motor Voter registration? Get rid of it
- NO early voting before October 31st
- No voting without valid ID
- NO voting if you can't read. I'll accept elementary school level, but not total illiteracy
- NO non-citizen voting even for local elections. Very bad, piss-poor, extremely stupid idea.
- If you can't make yourself get down to a courthouse or city hall, you can't register to vote.
- NO signing people up at the mall, or the subway station, etc.
This culls all the stupid, the lazy, and the distracted. This country was built primarily with a minority of people voting, and they did a damned good job of it. There is such a thing as making "suffrage" too "universal." Europe has heavier voter participation, and they're going down the tubes faster than we are.
My list does not "disenfranchise" anyone but the very young and foreigners. Everyone esle can "enfranchise" themselves by simply moving themselves out of the other excluded groups by learning to read, paying attention to elections, getting down to a designated voting registrar's office, and finding a way to show up at the polls the first Tuesday in November except for disability or pre-planned absence.
And one more thing: The disgrace of absentee ballots for miltary personnel being thoroughly mishandled has to stop. THEY have a good excuse for not being able to go to a voting place.
That there be Dang Funny.
At Washington's first election, 1.3% of the population voted.
I am undecided. I can't decide if I will vote in the morning or in the evening.
Don Rodrigo, you're disenfranchising a plurality of Donkey voters be excluding cemeteries as lawful registration places.
I, too, am undecided. Don't know if I'll vote for Romney or against Obama.
I already voted. Leave me alone.
An undecided voter is a stupid, uninformed, disengaged lout that flaunts his stupidity, ignorance, and self absorbency as if these things were virtues. And they almost always vote Democrat.