Whatever all that means.ANd as I stated some posts a go, this drive to disfranchise voters is nothing but a attempt at a power grab. It is pretty obvious the hyper partisan accusation going on here. Conservatives believe that most of the Democrats are leeches and that barring democrats/welfare addicts then the Republican party will be able to dictate what and how things go. It is naive to have such a position, since if we start disfranchising groups of voters it will not stop there. It just really gives Conservatives a bad image (since this masturbatory pipe dream will go nowhere).
In democratic republics, voting has long gone hand-in-hand with being subject to the taxation levied by those being voted for. When a minority are net contributors and the majority are net-beneficiaries, you have a system that will eventually destabilize (majority's tyranny). Middle and upper-middle class young adults get reamed the hardest currently, because seniors and near-seniors have most of the votes and most of the money, and the lower classes also have a large and increasing number of the votes. We have high income taxes, low capital gains taxes, low inheritance taxes, we keep honoring toxic defined benefit pensions including the senior benefit programs that won't provide any net benefit to generations X and Y, and we continue growing the welfare state. The middle class young adults get the brunt of all of this; their burden is beyond disproportionate. They are underrepresented and exploited.