This week may be remembered as one in which a new term entered the political lexicon: “The Welfare Vote.” The welfare vote, in case you haven’t heard, is the creation of pandering liberal strategists who sue governments demanding that poor people get the opportunity to exercise their right to vote. The right that so many of the rest of us routinely exercise. When, exactly, did supporting the right to vote become liberal or conservative? Yesterday, that’s when.
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