FYI, John Adams was a proponent of white propertied men being the only ones with appropriate "skin in the game" to vote. Which was proper for the time.
1. Because it is a ridiculous hassle and if they are going to college and living in that district they should be able to vote there. There is absolutely no justification for that. That's using the same exact logic as "Well hey, the military uses absentees, so it's ok for me to use one too!"
4. Don't need any. It's a well established fact that college students are for the most part democratic liberals.
4. It is my experience on this board that when someone refuses to provide a source for a claim, and then uses the phrase 'It's a well established fact'... they are lying. Unless you can provide a link to a credible source proving that college students 'for the most part are democratic liberals', that would brand you a liar.
John Adams is a horrible example, you know. He wasn't one that believed everyone should vote like you are.If you read the Constitution there are little things like Freedom of Speech, Free Press and Freedom to Assemble. Political involvement is inherent in those things. John Adams believed that the Congress should be a "miniature" of American society. When you only let certain people vote, it looks like a "miniature" of that segment of society.