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Posted: 8:37 a.m. Monday, Nov. 14, 2011

Right to vote 


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By Neal Boortz

When was the last time you perused our Constitution, Bill of Rights or Declaration of Independence for the phrase “right to vote?”  Not to worry … I’ve done the work for you.  None of these documents contain the phrase “right to vote.”  To clarify, I am not speaking to state Constitutions, but on a federal level the right to vote does not exist.  But the Chairwoman of the Democrat National Committee seems to think that it does:

Debbie Wasserman Shultz: “In the United States, the right to vote is fundamental — the foundation for all other civil rights and liberties. It is not simply another political tool subject to partisan manipulation. Unfortunately this is exactly how Florida Republicans have treated this basic right.”

Now the issue she is commenting on is that in Florida, government school teachers are being fined for helping their high school students register to vote.  You can read more about that issue here.  But Ditzy Debbie doesn’t appear to limit her belief in the “right to vote” to the state of Florida.  She says, “In the United States, the right to vote is fundamental.”

Now, I addressed this in my book, “Somebody’s Gotta Say It.”  You can read my brilliant research into why our founding fathers in no way intended to grant a universal right to vote in federal elections in the Constitution.  I’ve also addressed this in Nealz Nuze plenty of times. 

But now, more than ever, this issue is of the upmost importance.  We are at a moment where the achievers have been pinned against the non-achievers, the parasites.  This is exactly how Barack Obama wants it.  Hence his class warfare campaign.  He is relying on the fact that more people will be willing to go to the polls in order to take money away from people who don’t deserve it and give it to them.  There is a reason why there are more people than ever on food stamps … yes, the economy is a factor but it is also because the government has made a concerted effort to promote food stamps and make them more easily accessible.  Get people hooked on the government teat, and it will be nearly impossible to wean them off.  Then when a rival politician comes along and says that they would like to see you earn a living so you can buy food with your hard earned money, THAT will be considered blasphemous!  Thus, they show up to the polls and vote in a Democrat who promises to protect their entitlements.

Neal Boortz

About Neal Boortz

Neal Boortz chronicles his 42 years of talk radio in his book "Maybe I Should Just Shut Up and Go Away" Available on line and printed from Barnes and Noble and Amazon.

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