Not only should those people be allowed to vote on whatever they want, wherever they want, so should everyone! Why should it matter if you've entered the U.S. illegally, or if you're just here for a couple weeks from Japan on vacation, or are a felon, or a member of ISIS, or even if you're only ten years old? Voting is a fundamental right--except for greedy people--and it's high time Americans completely rid themselves of this outdated notion that only those with some skin in the game should be able to vote. We're not living in the days of powdered wigs and muskets, where George Jefferson and Sam Adams and all those other old white slaveowners called the shots.
You're driving through another state and happen to hear about a local water district having an election on some policy that affects farmers in a small valley? Go ahead and just drop in, for the hell of it, and cast your ballot! If the farmers whose crops depend on the outcome don't like you sticking your nose into something that will never affect you one iota, who cares? Or, maybe you're outraged by the fact some other state allows shops to close on Sundays, or allows businesses to refuse service to homosexuals. Just go there on election day and vote--and if the state's residents don't like it, that's just too damned bad. So what if they have to live with the result, and you don't?
I think all of us who know what's best for the common good not only have the right to meddle in other people's lives, but also to vote ourselves a share of whatever they worked to earn. All of us, of course, except for the selfish people who already have grabbed more than they can spend. Those one-percenter facists should forfeit their right to vote. Screw that constatution the teabaggers are always yammering about, and screw that do-nothing congress. We can't let that diddly little crap stand in the way of progress! Let our president just issue a proclamation that no one he decides already has more than his fair share can vote on anything any longer, and that's that.