— RINO Pundit (@RINOPundit) September 19, 2016
You already knew Green Party presidential hopeful Jill Stein is out of her gourd, but let’s face it: It never hurts to be reminded.
Today, she shared yet another of her winning ideas:
The voting age should be lowered from 18 to 16. 16 and 17 year olds should have the right to help determine our future. #GreenPartyForum
— Dr. Jill Stein (@DrJillStein) September 19, 2016
She’s a super-serial candidate, you guys.
— Colonel (@laurakfillault) September 19, 2016
Stop laughing! It’s a great idea! It really is. Absolutely fool-proof and not at all completely stupid.
— RBe (@RBPundit) September 19, 2016
.@DrJillStein You're off your meds again, Jill.
— (((John))) Proud RAT (@trekinaz) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein No, they shouldn't.
— Reuental_800 (@MAurelius161180) September 19, 2016
.@DrJillStein Jill, rethink this.
— Ari (@ariadnehumpal) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein That's insane. No they shouldn't.
— Baby Blues (@JudgeJanna) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein you are simply out of your mind.
— Uncle Facts (@unclefacts) September 19, 2016
— windflwr (@windflwr) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein are you joking!? If anything, it should be raised.
— RightWired (@_donaldson) September 19, 2016
Voting age should be raised to whatever your age is plus 10. https://t.co/5tw8tYKaSp
— Deuce of Spades ? (@ThatElJefe) September 19, 2016
.@DrJillStein What is life like on your planet? Clearly, there's not much oxygen …
— Suze (@suze109) September 19, 2016
— Rick Swift (@rickswift) September 19, 2016
— the deplorable mule (@that_darn_mule) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein Hey Jill…would you let your 16 year old set your family financial policy?Determine investments?
— Skydash (@skydash) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein This is a silly proposal. Most teenagers more concerned about likes on social media, not the real world (coming from millineal)
— Ashley Mellon (@ooamelloo) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein So you've never really known any 16 and 17 yr olds, I take it.
— GluedThumbs, OBE (@GluedThumbs) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein as a teacher of many 16 and 17 year olds. This is moronic. They are not nearly informed enough to make these decisions.
— Pachyderm (@grumpypachyderm) September 19, 2016
As the parent of a very mature, politically aware 16 yo who shares most of my beliefs, this is a TERRIBLE idea https://t.co/fA1xMSziX3
— Michele Frost (@michelelfrost) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein Yes, people who have no concept of the real world should have a voice in government. What could possibly go wrong?
— Charles T. -Downtown (@crack_bass) September 19, 2016
Stop hatin’! You just don’t know young people like Jill does.
Why shouldn't 14 and 15 year olds have that right? https://t.co/YM1u1AXbch
— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein Why not 14 yo?
— Matthew M. O'Connor (@morrisonOC) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein Why stop at 16? Does not an 8 year old have an investment in the future?
— KirbyRegated (@kirbyREGATED) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein Sure there's a point somewhere there. How about Nine? or Eight. Maybe Three??
— bassbar (@bassbar) September 19, 2016
— Unruly Ruly (@gurutooyou) September 19, 2016
@DrJillStein why stop there? The toddler vote is seriously disenfranchised.
— Matthew Hand (@matthew_hand) September 19, 2016
Let’s just go all the way and have baby suffrage. Or is that still too discriminatory?
Also, birds should be allowed to vote https://t.co/Xbl5SqpR6H
— Kilgore Trout (@Beer__Wolf) September 19, 2016
— Farbrook (@dutchindian) September 19, 2016
Sounds like Jill’s plan still needs a little tweaking.