By Thomas Madison

I have been saying the same thing for many years. I consider voter qualification the single most important issue we face. Fix that and all the other problems fix themselves.

I would start by repealing the 26th Amendment. Generally, 18-year olds simply do not possess the life experience to make such grave decisions as who is President of the United States. I would make the minimum voting age 25, and I would not be opposed to 30. There should also be a qualification test necessary to vote, a quick and dirty 20-question (or so) quiz on the workings and responsibility of the federal government, a few history questions, knowledge of our constitution, and knowledge of the candidates. This should keep scumbags like the Clintons and Obamas out of the White House.

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Combining those changes with voter ID and designing and fielding a foolproof, untamperable voting system should cut out nearly all of the voter fraud and insure that only qualified citizens of the United States are voting.