You are talking about that, I am saying that is not the government that people have chosen. Unfortunately for you, the people have the say in the matter, not you personally.That's not a benefit outside of the role of government.
We are talking about benefits not granted by The Constitution, outside the role of government.
You can say they are at times ambiguous but if you take the time to read the federalist papers they clearly define what role the government has to play in day to day interactions with the people.
You are making value judgments that, frankly, you have no right to try and enforce. I voted for Obama, am I "uniformed, ignorant or purposefully destructive"? You are trying to suggest that some one who votes in a way you don't like is worthy of insult, which I disagree with.How is someone contributing?
Casting a vote carries a value of zero when the person is uninformed, ignorant or purposefully destructive.
Not true, we are talking about conflicts of interest that are outside the role of government.
Someone receiving welfare(rich or poor) has a serious conflict of interest.
If government makes special considerations for them or their group that is a direct conflict.
If caring about politics and our government is a conflict of interest, so be it. We all benefit from government is some ways, so we all have that conflict of interest.
It is important to add that you have yet to show in any way how restricting the vote to certain people would create a better government. You have said that since I, and my mother, and my stepmother, all should not be allowed to vote. Thankfully, you will never get enough people to agree with you to enact your radical, fringe element lunatic plan.