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1 Randall Gross  Fri, Sep 2, 2011 11:22:51am

You know if they let poor people vote the next thing you know they'll be letting women and blacks vote.... oh.. wait...

2 Bulworth  Fri, Sep 2, 2011 11:31:40am

At least they're coming right out and saying it....

But "nonproductive elements"? That would include all the wingnut welfare recipients including him.

3 aagcobb  Fri, Sep 2, 2011 11:35:17am

The US is a republic, not a democracy! Only white male christian landowners over 21 should be allowed to vote!

4 RadicalModerate  Fri, Sep 2, 2011 11:37:22am

And the comments to the article over at American Thinker are just as ugly, if not worse.

Among them, a call to bring back literacy tests and only allow property owners who pay taxes the right to vote - some going as far as saying the Voting Rights Act was a mistake.


VBMax Yesterday 08:01 AM
At the risk of being labled an elitist (or worse), I would disallow not only public dole members from voting, I would require a simple, basic exam to be passed on civics and econ 101 prior to allowing the vote.

5 RadicalModerate  Fri, Sep 2, 2011 11:45:40am

Did a little digging on Vadum.
Found this. I think it speaks for itself.

The Vile Southern Poverty Law Center

October 13th, 2009 by Matthew Vadum

Robert Stacy McCain pounds away at the vile Southern Poverty Law Center in a new American Spectator blog post.

McCain also blogs at The Other McCain.

I took the Southern Poverty Law Center to the woodshed a few years ago in Organization Trends.

The fabulously wealthy SPLC exaggerates the scope of racism to frighten donors into opening their wallets. SPLC is nominally a public interest law firm, but it spends little on actual litigation. Instead, it uses politically skewed definitions of racism to indoctrinate children while smearing conservatives who question racial preference programs.

Evil is too weak a word to describe the Southern Poverty Law Center.

6 Bulworth  Fri, Sep 2, 2011 12:31:01pm

At the risk of being labled an elitist (or worse),

Oh, perish the thought.

But I thought we were the out of touch elitists?


7 nines09  Fri, Sep 2, 2011 12:42:37pm

Well isn't that site just a fount of barely disguised fascist double speak? Who would be King? Let me guess....Go back to the good old days when the man with the money owned all of ya'll.
Just bring out the armbands and be done with it.

8 Cankles McCellulite  Fri, Sep 2, 2011 1:38:45pm

re: #5 RadicalModerate
I don't know anything about Vadum or whether he identifies as a white supremacist. I do know that the accusations that he made about the SPLC stirring up racism to scare people into giving them money has it's origins in white supremacist circles.
I believe the Council for conservative citizens even currently has an old article on it. I always feel like i need a bath and my mommy after i visit that site.

9 OhCrapIHaveACrushOnSarahPalin  Sat, Sep 3, 2011 1:24:25am

re: #6 Bulworth

Lol, I'm such an elitist, I just don't give a damn who thinks I'm an elitist.

I'm that elitist.

But the only people I ever see talking in terms of government being only for themselves are you-know-whats, and it ain't obama saul alinsky socialists, either.

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