Age Limit

There are several reasons why there are age limits set for holders of public office — the POTUS has to be over 40, for example — but here’s a classic case to support why youngins need to be kept away from the levers of power:

[Democrat lawmaker] Aaron Coleman, 21, was arrested early Saturday morning on suspicion of drunken driving, the Kansas Highway Patrol said. Coleman was already out on bond from him being detained over suspicions of domestic battery.

But that’s not all, folks!

Coleman has been a regular source of controversy in Kansas since he was elected in 2020. A legislative committee reprimanded the 21-year-old Democrat in February due to alleged past abuses against girls and young women. He was also barred from the Kansas Department of Labor due to alleged “disruptive, intimidating and berating behavior.”


The Kansas Democratic Party withdrew its support of Coleman in 2020 after he admitted to posting revenge pornography.

Talk about an overachiever… this being the 2020s and he being a Democrat, I wouldn’t be surprised if he runs for President, next.  Never mind that Constitutional nonsense, it’s racist or something.

I know, you want to know what this little shit stain looks like:

Thomas Jefferson would be so proud.


  1. No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.

  2. That isn’t because of his age, it is because he is a Democrat. As counter examples I offer you Kyle Rittenhouse and any Marine who grew up on a farm.

  3. And still, we have the fact that the people of Kansas, some of them anyway, elected this p.o.s. to public office.

    Is there something in the water in Kansas that causes people to vote for morons? Is there something in the air that causes them to forget that there just might be a reason why most elected officials are well into their middle-age or later years. Most politicians, whether you agree with them or not, have taken the time to become educated, to learn things about Life in general, and to rid themselves of the trend towards jackassery prevalent in so many young people.

    Kansas, you voted for him, now deal with him.

    1. Whatever it is in the water there, it’s been isolated, replicated, and bottled for sale throughout the country. California has an epidemic of addicts to whatever it is.

  4. I’m surprised that the Democrat cult isn’t endorsing him for higher office. Only 21 years of age and already he’s well into Senator Ted Kennedy’s footsteps with sexual harassment, DWI etc. Can he fit in some collusion with the communists between arraignment hearings?


  5. “the POTUS has to be over 40, for example”
    35. I’m surprised none of the previous commenters noticed it.

  6. I’ve been saying this for a while; I want to *raise* the voting age. 25 sounds about right. 30 for college graduates. 35 for PhDs. That should just about given enough time for someone to be exposed to reality to figure out how the world works.

  7. More than a dozen of the signers of the Declaration of Independence were younger than 35. The average age was 44. For the Constitution of the United States, the average was 42 with a range of 26-81.

    But requiring legislatures be old enough to be able to purchase firearms, rent cars, and drink alcohol is probably a good idea.

  8. Shitty Dem politician doing shitty things. To wikipedia!

    Early life confirmation bias confirmed. (((every fucking time)))

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