Taking a page out of the strict constructionists and Tea Party types, I’m going to channel the spirit of the Founding Fathers and say that they would argue that other than freedom of speech, there is no greater right in America than the right to vote. So why are so many quick to let the government set limits on that right?

This is what it has come to in our country today: The government can’t “restrict” the rights of large corporations to donate cash to political campaigns, but it can limit the ability of individuals to cast their valid votes in an election.

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