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Thumbs down ITT, we discuss why welfare parasites should be denied the right to vote

i'm not addressing those hard-working working-class tards who've been suddenly laid off or whatever and need a safety net until they can get back on their feet

i'm not even refering to student tards living on student loans and the like (even thou most of them will probably vote for the Dems)

at least with student tards, there's the INTENT of getting themselves a decent education, a career, paying taxes, blah

nope, i'm talking about the LAZY BUMS who have NO INTENTION EVER of

a) getting a job
b) doing something constructive with their lives
c) trying to grab whatever brass rung that's within their reach

why the fuck should people who bring nothing to the table, have a stake in the election process?

jailbirds are denied voting rights, and so should those fucks who don't contribute anything constructive to society, spending their waking hours watching Jerry Springer, jacking off to internet porn, posting shit on internet message boards, scoring drugs blah, all of which is paid for courtesy of the taxpayer

if yuo want to have a say, you should earn the right, and that means PAYING FUCKING TAXES AND NOT SPONGING OFF THE STATE LIKE A FUCKING PARASITE!!!

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i'm not addressing those hard-working working-class tards who've been suddenly laid off or whatever and need a safety net until they can get back on their feet

i'm not even refering to student tards living on student loans and the like (even thou most of them will probably vote for the Dems)

at least with student tards, there's the INTENT of getting themselves a decent education, a career, paying taxes, blah

nope, i'm talking about the LAZY BUMS who have NO INTENTION EVER of

a) getting a job
b) doing something constructive with their lives
c) trying to grab whatever brass rung that's within their reach

why the fuck should people who bring nothing to the table, have a stake in the election process?

jailbirds are denied voting rights, and so should those fucks who don't contribute anything constructive to society, spending their waking hours watching Jerry Springer, jacking off to internet porn, posting shit on internet message boards, scoring drugs blah, all of which is paid for courtesy of the taxpayer

if yuo want to have a say, you should earn the right, and that means PAYING FUCKING TAXES AND NOT SPONGING OFF THE STATE LIKE A FUCKING PARASITE!!!

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Unless someone is a convicted felon or not a citizen, they will always have the right to vote or else you are violating the 14th Amendement and the Votoing Rights Act of 1965.
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they dont vote anyway.


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I'm with decemberlove, most of the Welfare Parasites don't vote, they don't even bother with politics. As long as some form of government (Dems/Repu) keep sending out their checks and free food, they don't give a shit. And no matter who wins, you won't see an end to Welfare, regardless of what the Repubs are saying, they've not stopped it with all the chances they had, they won't stop it again.
The only beef with it I have is I wish they would make some of those people go out and earn it. I believe in times past they used to have the men working planting trees and taking care of like highways, now they get to sit on their fat asses drink beer and smoke all day. I just wish they'd have them do little jobs like pick up trash along roadways, plant flowers/trees/etc, or even do some mowing or something. I mean if I could at least feel like they were doing some sort of work for my taxes I wouldn't care to be shelling out as much money as I do from my check every 2 weeks.

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Where do you draw the line between a "bum" and a unfortunate working class person who got laid off and stays on benefits longer than you'd like? Who do you recommend has the right to determine that?

Why should bums not have a say in the election process? Simply because they dont pay taxes? I have a solution: Perhaps we can give votes to people based on their wealth: if you're on benefits you get one vote, if you earn $100,000 per year, you get two, right up to ten votes for billionaires. Still broadly democratic (no one is denied their say), and best of all, it wouldnt make the slightest bit of difference, because whatever you think about American politics, the money and power are always concentrated in the hands of the same few anyway.

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I'm with decemberlove, most of the Welfare Parasites don't vote, they don't even bother with politics. As long as some form of government (Dems/Repu) keep sending out their checks and free food, they don't give a shit. And no matter who wins, you won't see an end to Welfare, regardless of what the Repubs are saying, they've not stopped it with all the chances they had, they won't stop it again.
The only beef with it I have is I wish they would make some of those people go out and earn it. I believe in times past they used to have the men working planting trees and taking care of like highways, now they get to sit on their fat asses drink beer and smoke all day. I just wish they'd have them do little jobs like pick up trash along roadways, plant flowers/trees/etc, or even do some mowing or something. I mean if I could at least feel like they were doing some sort of work for my taxes I wouldn't care to be shelling out as much money as I do from my check every 2 weeks.
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now they get to sit on their fat asses drink beer and smoke all day.....
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i'm not addressing those hard-working working-class tards who've been suddenly laid off or whatever and need a safety net until they can get back on their feet

i'm not even refering to student tards living on student loans and the like (even thou most of them will probably vote for the Dems)

at least with student tards, there's the INTENT of getting themselves a decent education, a career, paying taxes, blah

nope, i'm talking about the LAZY BUMS who have NO INTENTION EVER of

a) getting a job
b) doing something constructive with their lives
c) trying to grab whatever brass rung that's within their reach

why the fuck should people who bring nothing to the table, have a stake in the election process?

jailbirds are denied voting rights, and so should those fucks who don't contribute anything constructive to society, spending their waking hours watching Jerry Springer, jacking off to internet porn, posting shit on internet message boards, scoring drugs blah, all of which is paid for courtesy of the taxpayer

if yuo want to have a say, you should earn the right, and that means PAYING FUCKING TAXES AND NOT SPONGING OFF THE STATE LIKE A FUCKING PARASITE!!!

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I kinda agree.. I think that a person should not have a right to vote until
(s)he pays certain amount of taxes. Having voter's votes having weights proportional to the taxes they pay is even better. Those who don't contribute to the budget should not have a say about what to do with those money.

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I kinda agree.. I think that a person should not have a right to vote until
(s)he pays certain amount of taxes. Having voter's votes having weights proportional to the taxes they pay is even better. Those who don't contribute to the budget should not have a say about what to do with those money.
so you think it's a good idea to link voting rights with an individual's capacity to pay taxes??

what about parents (housewives and househusbands) who stay at home and raise children and don't have a paying job?

how about disabled people who are not physically capable of working?
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so you think it's a good idea to link voting rights with an individual's capacity to pay taxes??
Yes. You reserve the right to decide to do with the money you earn, right? Same here, if you do not contribute to the financial ability to the state, why should you be given a right to decide what to do with that?

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what about parents (housewives and househusbands) who stay at home and raise children and don't have a paying job?
They need money to raise children, right? Then they have some money at their disposal. Why don't they voluntarily pay some of that to state budget to buy their right to have a say if it is really important for them?

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how about disabled people who are not physically capable of working?
I think being unable to vote won't contribute much to their existing problems.

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Yes. You reserve the right to decide to do with the money you earn, right? Same here, if you do not contribute to the financial ability to the state, why should you be given a right to decide what to do with that?

They need money to raise children, right? Then they have some money at their disposal. Why don't they voluntarily pay some of that to state budget to buy their right to have a say if it is really important for them?

I think being unable to vote won't contribute much to their existing problems.
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Absolutely Disgusting!

I'll begin by saying I don't know the US system of voting....welfare recipients are HUMANS!!! ty!!!

I think alot of you have to become alot less concerned about the Gucci stain and become more level.

Do you all truely believe you become less human if you are on Welfare? Perhaps someone on welfare was the person who helped you at some stage....they don't deserve to vote? Perhaps the administration can't afford their voice....sounds like an election in Chad!

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