I recently read in a book of the history of the US, that back in the 1600s, the only people that were allowed to vote were people that paid taxes, or owned property. All the rest could not. After Obama getting elected by a mass of people that pay no taxes, nor own any property, I believe that the old way is better. Why should people that do not contribute, nor have any skin in the game by owning property, be allowed to vote? Just because some kid that lives at home with his parents, without a job turns 18, should not be a reason that they can vote. Someone living in section 8 housing, getting public assistance should also not be allowed to vote. And when I say pay taxes, I mean actually paying taxes, not having Federal taxes withheld from your paycheck and then getting it back at the end of the year with the EIC credit where they end up not paying a penny in taxes after all. What is the point to let these people vote? They have no skin in the game.