Tuesday, January 09, 2007



If felons and people in mental institutions are prevented from voting, why do we give fundamentalists a pass?

Over at the Huffington Post, David Horton writes, perhaps a bit facetiously , that the country might be better off if we disenfranchised people whose mental processes are so flawed they can be whipped into a frenzy by demagogues who merely utter the words "gay marriage" or "evolution."

RSR, a small "d" democrat, believes that even people we disagree with should have the right to vote, but we can sure understand where Horton's coming from.


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