Who else thinks @carnold03 should write more posts? I'm not talking about linking to another person's writing, which he does over abundantly. I want to hear some stories about his comic book writing, or some theory he has. One liners and memes might be how comic books work, but it doesn't have to end there.
@TiberiusBravo87 What's an anchor baby?
I'm not against the requirement to serve but it needs to go beyond that. You don't need to know anything about politics to be a chef, and your intelligence certainly doesn't need to be above average to follow recipes.
I have some arguments in favor of hereditary monarchy but let's save that for another time.
@slutmagazine What you are talking about is what is discussed in Starship Troopers. Yes, it's a sci-fi story, but the author tackles this issue. It's voting franchise. It has to be earned in that theoretical society. It's a very good idea that I agree with because exactly as you stated: 2-digit IQ niggers, Hitler-worshipping white methheads, latino anchor-babies that turned 18, and other general scum in society should not have the ability to nullify my well-educated and heavily researched vote.
Voting franchise is a set of conditions you need to meet to have the right to vote. A good idea is service. Cripple or not you can serve, maybe as a chef if you got a bad leg etc. but if you really want to and are of sound mind you can serve. Not meant to be easy, and those that earn it proven they have the best interest of the nation in mind. Or at least a much higher chance of having the best interests of the nation in mind, sorta like how a high number of veterans end up conservative hence the Biden admin considering white veterans to be a dangerous threat.Read More
@TiberiusBravo87 I'm getting tired of semantics so I'll just get to the point. I don't think it makes sense for the average dumb ass to get to have equal say with someone who is both intelligent and educated as to political matters. So I don't think that doctors and engineers should have equal say with lawyers, and I don't think that Mr. Average IQ should have equal say with someone like @destraht or the average user of this forum for that matter.
As for pirate ships, didn't democracy work out pretty well there all things considered? These guys are literal violent criminals after all. Taking that situation, I would say democracy worked pretty well. How come? These are small communities with clear goals. Unlike trying to figure out an empire sized country of fifty states, each of which are the size of a country themselves on average, for the purposes of justice.Read More
@destraht Everyone seems to forget Depp talked about "killing a president" in reference to Trump several years back. Then that side of the aisle smacked him across the head so hard he couldn't see straight, even after his vocal support for their BS cause.
Now that Depp had sense smacked back into him I am sorta rooting for him simply because this invalidates the believe all women line of feminist thought that has marred way too many court cases recently. Plus how funny would it be if he won the case and said in court "This is the day you will always remember as the day you almost caught Jack Sparrow"
@slutmagazine What is that? Democracy is not what we have, we do not live under one. We live in a Republic. No one says "we never tried true Democracy" because we did. They had that shit on pirate ships and it didn't work out well, lots of time-wasting back-stabbing for the simple mob majority vote and it actually encouraged constant mutinies.
@destraht Speaking of which, you hear a lot of "we haven't tried true" whatever with defenders of democracy. Right now I'm going through the same thing with @Typo-MAGAshiv that I did with @TiberiusBravo87 a year ago before he realized whatever it is that he did. It's funny to see people make the same excuse as communists for their obviously failed system.