Why do I get the sense that people who advocate tests for everything are really just trying to artificially limit the pool of candidates to people who are just like themselves?
It's almost as if they believe the only people who could pass the test would be people like themselves in terms of values, beliefs, conclusions, etc.
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.
I'm not trying to irritate you. Just trying to discuss the topic.
There are a lot of business owners and people of other professions in there as well, though I don't know the percentages.
It won't happen... of that I am sure so there really isn't much to worry about either way.
Having opinions all over the map is a good sign of a person capable of autonomous thinking. Felix -2011
This is a good question. I voted "Other" because I'm not sure yet.
I do think that politicians should be informed and have an understanding of what they do. Unfortunately, any time there's a new form of rules like this, those in charge of it could easily corrupt it as well.
But I do think that if more elected officials were educated in some form of Political Philosophy, then it could send a message to voters to get educated on these issues. Not only for the sake of educating our elected officials - but even more importantly, educating our voters who vote in these elected officials.