The Right to Vote – Electoral Dysfunction – Elections 2012 – Politics Informer Video

The Right to Vote - Electoral Dysfunction - Elections 2012

In the first episode of an Op-Docs series called “Electoral Dysfunction,” the political humorist Mo Rocca explores a curious fact about the US Constitution: why is there no universal right to vote?

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  1. Everyone now is the time to go shopping
    Please use your credit cards & buy what you always wanted
    Do not be greedy Do not think you are purchasing to sell to others
    Buy what you would like to have now

    Two hours ago I explained to a man from Vestal New York he can now
    stop worrying about the losing his home to the banks

    Again this link explains that & I hope many of you will come to the
    new U.S.Capitol of the United States under the Fisher/Paul Administration­Q

  2. We are 50 states, not 314 million people. If a country were to consider joining our union I’m sure they wouldn’t want to just have their population lumped in with our population and completely loose their sovereignty.

  3. Everyone has an opinion. It’s my opion that many individuals in the U.S. should not be voting for knowing or understanding so little about our society and economy. It is no small feat to have good insight on a creature so complex and constantly changing. But then, who would decide what level of understanding is adequate?

  4. can someone please explain the “electoral college” system that we are running today? isn’t that part of this electoral dysfunction we have mentioned in this video?


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