While the alt-right wingnuts fret about the “Deep State”, I worry more about who votes. Thus, what follows is a first draft of a constitutional amendment to assign variable voting power to individuals, based on the vehicles they drive. This is a draft. You can have your own draft, on your own website, if you like. First Amendment, ya know.
Number of votes, in each federal election, for each person who drives:
0 - Any Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Alfa Romeo or Porsche driver with an automatic transmission.
1 - Any person not otherwise specified on this list
2 - Anyone with a brown sedan
3 - Anyone with a brown coupe
4 - Any classic car, prior to 1972 (or 1977, if Trans Am or Can Am)
5 - Any Meyers Manx or rotary engine powered vehicle
6 - Any hybrid or all (and it pains me to write this because of Tesla) electric vehicle
6.5 - Any steam or flux-capacitor powered vehicle
7 - Anyone driving a fire engine, squad car, public works vehicle, humvee, tank, F-16, aircraft carrier, orange MH-65 Dolphin, etc.
8 - Volvo Wagons (they’re sensible folks)
9 - Bookmobile drivers
10 - Jeeps (CJs, TJs, JKs, XJs & SJs), Any Morgan, Any Ariel, Any Lotus (except the FWD Elan). Basically, anyone who can set aside comfort, for a life honestly-lived.
11 - Any bicyclist or city resident who travels by public transit
1,000,000 - Anybody who establishes a loaner program for their Lancia Stratos
In order to form a more perfect union …