Happy Birthday witch :D All the love xx
"swirly-girly" wrote: "NovaHex" wrote: "swirly-girly" wrote: "NovaHex" wrote: If you wanna go against the constitution, that's your thing dude.
the constitution changes all the time maybe now it can change for something good
The constitution NEVER changes, just that the "meaning" of certain phrases may be altered.
One thing I dont quite understand is what you mean by "it can change for something good". Is allowing elderly people the right to vote bad?
the constitutions been changin ever since t was the magna carta if it never changed we'd still have the magna carta or the BNA for a constitution. the constitution act of 1982 was a massive change.
see what Alpha T said. if u dont know what ur doing u shouldnt be allowed to vote drive or own a gun.
When I said "The constitution never changes", I meant nowadays. The last time it changed was in 1992, which was before you were born. Also, if you agree with AlphaT, why specifically target the elderly? Younger people are just as likely to , as you called it, "don't know what ur doing".
There are a lot of things to vote on that affect the older generation as much as the younger.Also worth noting that the elderly people make up a large portion of the electorate and it's an age group that typically turns out very high in elections. By banning the elderly from voting turnout and participation will go down significantly which is simply undemocratic. If less of the population are voting then less people have a say in how the country is run.
"Nimsajeay" wrote:Yes, they should be able to. No, they may not live the next generation, but hopefully they will do what's right for their kids and grandkids (currently, it would be Bernie Sanders). They also have an insight that maybe, say, a 22 year old wouldn't.
Happy Birthday! You are awesome!