Point Ten to True Election Integrity: Heavy Prison Sentences for All Who Commit Fraud
The tenth and final point for guaranteeing successful future elections, and administering justice, is something all Americans agree on.
Well, maybe, if the year is 1980. America’s hyper-politicized, deliberately polarizing media machine, along with the two-tiered judiciary, has made a mockery of the very “law and order” tagline used by biennial Republican posers and conservative think tanks. Incredibly, a substantial percentage of the American citizenry is incapable of agreeing on how to handle criminals who illegally cross the border, opting instead for life-long benefits and a tacit stamp of approval that destroys economic opportunity for our working-class citizens.
In a functioning nation, whether that turns out to be a revitalized version of our own, or a future nation resembling what is found in Starship Troopers, criminals are punished in accordance with the law, which serves a Biblical purpose in discouraging future mischief and criminality (see Ecclesiastes 8:11).