The push to get out the vote by making voting easier (using the internet) or bribing people to vote is often pushed by the more liberal side of our political debate, assuming that all of the young non voters would vote for their party; they just do not believe that the non voters may actually support lower taxes and smaller government rather than universal (read ‘free’) health insurance. Accoding to research this isn’t true. The non voters are evenly split among conservative and liberal

I agree with the article that voting should be made harder rather than easier. A basic test of citizenship should be required to vote. Of course this will not happen. It will be deemed racist or discriminatory, even if it isn’t, and the two sides would never agree on what should be required on such a test.

There should be more to voting than the ability to fog a mirror, and it seems that many voters do not even meet this qualification.

Read the rest of the article from National Review by Jonah Goldberg: