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Keillor proposes denial of voting rights to those with citizenship in heaven

Garrison Keillor, as reported in the Chicago Maroon: "I am a Democrat --it's no secret. I am a museum-quality Democrat," Keillor said. "Last night I spent my time crouched in a fetal position, rolling around and moaning in the dark."

Not one to shy away from speaking his mind, Keillor proposed a solution to what he deemed a fundamental problem with U.S. elections. "I'm trying to organize support for a constitutional amendment to deny voting rights to born-again Christians," Keillor smirked. "I feel if your citizenship is in Heaven -- like a born again Christian's is -- you should give up your citizenship. Sorry, but this is my new cause. If born again Christians are allowed to vote in this country, then why not Canadians?" -- NPR star Keillor tells of home life on a prairie

Comments

Ok if this idiodic thing passes ( no way of proving who is a real Christian ) then I suggest we will not have to pay taxes, hows that?

Render unto Ceasar ...

But remember that Keillor is a humorist.