Just got back from the toughest most trident-fellatingly evil exam ever. ("Prove the Hahn-Banach theorem. 20 marks."; and that was the easy B question.) Then I read this, and felt righteous:
This is like the entrance exam for liberal democracy, and I must say we're setting the bar pretty low. Dumbing down truly exists... I mean come on, there's only one question on this paper, and it's easy! Answer it wrong and your franchise becomes even weaker, answer it right and there's a chance you might get to run your own life.
Unfortunately, it's a fair bet that most of our slacking students of civil society won't even show up to take the test. And the truly appalling thing is that your result depends on your classmates' results.