Now, here's the big fat gotcha to what you had to say that will really bake your noodle: People like you, who think things like you presented here, always believe that they are going to be one of the 'chosen ones' allowed the privilege -- and you'd be completely and totally wrong in that regard.
Hate to break this to you, but I'm one of the people who believes that the uneducated masses should not have this much voting power, and that I don't think that I should be one of the people with the vote either. You see, the vote should belong only to the people that have the time and rational capacity to devote to massive in-depth study of politics, economics, law, and society. Most people who are either full time students or are working at least one full time job simply don't have time for that, because they're too busy being otherwise productive members of society. I fully admit that I am one of those people lacking the time required to dedicate to proper study of the subjects required to be able to cast what I would evaluate as a sufficiently educated vote.
Furthermore, I strongly believe that one of the biggest problems that America faces is that our form of democracy actively encourages anti-intellectualism by making everyone's votes equal, which makes a lot of people think "my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge." We don't let people who haven't studied cars vote on how to build or fix our cars. We don't let people who haven't studied medicine vote on how to heal us when we're sick and wounded. We must be either overly self-important idiots, just insane, or simply uneducated and/or unthinking, if we permit people who haven't studied the things that go into running a country vote on running a country.