Disenfranchise the Dumbbells

Fewer than half of all Americans can name all three branches of government, a minimal requirement for understanding America’s constitutional system. — Intercollegiate Studies Institute

This is a serious problem, for which I have three solutions:*

  1. For young people, my U.S. History Chant, a series of 45 jump rope verses that incorporate all the most important elements of our history and unique form of government;
  2. For older folks, my American Exceptionalism public service campaign, a series of ads that remind us of the blessings we enjoy as American citizens, and the obligation we have to protect them and pass them on to our children; and
  3. For all citizens old enough to exercise the franchise, my politically incorrect, but absolutely necessary voter’s test.

You got a better idea? Let’s hear it, and fast — or we’ll be subject to the Moron Majority forever.

*Decent schools free of radical socialist change agents masquerading as teachers would help, but let’s be realistic.


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  3. LAPhil

    I might even go further than that. Why not make citizenship contingent on being able to pass a civics literacy test? Of course this would take a constitutional amendment which would never get passed, but in my scenario no one would be a citizen at birth. Citizenship would have to be earned, no exceptions.

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