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Thread: Voting Age

  1. #61
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    Everything should be a hard 18, consequences and rights alike.

    Sink or swim, boy. Sink or swim
    If you wouldn't be willing to take it to the woodline then you don't need to be saying it online.

    Buy a 6920 and get a life!
    Just shoot your freakin' gun first before you get all uppity and nervous about it. Then shoot it some more before you try to change it.

  2. #62
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveS View Post
    I would like to raise the age to vote to 25 years old.
    I would ban Welfare and government employed from voting .
    I would only allow real property owners the right to vote because they mostly bear the brunt of taxation.
    I think we just need to leave it at 18.

    For every suggestion someone makes there are counter arguments:

    Point One: When I was 20 I was a Sergeant in the Marine Corps and was married with a child. When I was 22 I was working as a police officer. A lot of folks have made a fairly good start toward contributing and taking responsibility well before they are 25.

    Point Two: See point one - Armed Forces, Fire, Police, EMS don't get to vote?

    Point Three: I know someone worth a couple million who leases everything, he doesn't get to vote? What portion of our property taxes go to support the federal government?
    "If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse." - Henry Ford

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  3. #63
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefly View Post
    Everything should be a hard 18, consequences and rights alike.

    Sink or swim, boy. Sink or swim
    Quoted for truth.
    “I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery.” – Thomas Jefferson.

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