>> is going on about how the vote should be denied to
>> anyone who received welfare. i laugh my ass off when i read such a claim
>> sent out via the fookin internet of all mediums that is primarily the
>> result of gov largesse! freakinchristonabrokencrutch!
>My argument was from a position of protecting liberty (although
>the idea of limiting who can vote as a means to protecting liberty will
>probably go over like a lead balloon here), not creating a fiscally
Well, please, wow all of us nincompoops with your dialectical brilliance: how is revoking liberty actually protecting it?
>I wanted to
>disenfranchise middle and upperclass yuppiedom as well as the AARP.
>We cannot separate the air that chokes from the air upon
>which wings beat.
> -John Perry Barlow