http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/14/tom-perkins-votes_n_4788086.html The question? Should the number of votes someone gets be based on taxable income? For example Someone making.... Under 10,000 gets 0 votes 10,000-20,000 gets 1 vote 20,000-50,0000 gets 2 votes 50,000 - 100,000 gets 10 votes 100,000-500,000 gets 25 votes 500,000- 1 million gets 150 votes 1 million - 1 billion gets 1,000 votes 1 billion + gets 150,000 votes. Would you support a system like that? Apparently some people like this guy, want a system somewhat like that. I would say no, that would not be a good system. I would like to ad, the system we have here in America is not very much different from that. Sure, everyone gets " one vote ", but having so much private money in politics, clearly means that those with more money get what they want, while the average joe gets screwed. It's really the American way. I would prefer America would be a first world country and have publicly funded elections.