You'll probably regret that testing idea, especially in the southern states.<quoted text>
I would love to see that, but of course, it will never happen.
Again I reiterate: we had two candidates on the Democrat side running for the presidential nomination. One was a community organizer, and the other had 16 years of experience in federal politics. The Democrats chose the one with the least experience, ideas or knowledge.
When the general election came up, one candidate was a war hero, a man that suffered injuries while being a POW for several years. A man that had extensive experience in the Senate. But we chose the community organizer.
That being said, don't you think we should have some sort of test to determine the political intelligence of the voter?
The GOP has turned into 3 gallons of crazy stupid stuffed in a 2 gallon bucket...with a broken handle, and it shows everyday just about everytime they open their mouths and speak. Party leadership even tutors and warns them, but they can't stop or help themselves. Hard to hide the obvious.
They claim there is no bigotry in the GOP and there can't be because:
They are concerned about protecting the religious freedom of Jeebus.
They are concerned about protecting ladyparts.
They are concerned about making sure that voter fraud doesn't occur with minorities.
They are concerned with making sure that gays don't have miserable marriages like us straight folks.
They are concerned that the non-aborted fetus does not have adequate food, shelter or education.
They can't be bigoted because they are only looking out for A Murika's best interests.