Giovanna: "Mom, who is that? It looks like Professor McGonagall."
Mommy: "It's Ruth Bader Ginsberg."
Roman: "What does it say about her?"
Mommy: "That she's against voter suppression."
R: "What's voter suss-pression?"
G: "Vader expression?"
Mommy: "Voter suppression. Ok, voting is one way a group of people can make a decision when they don't agree. Like if we all want something different for dinner. If you three kids want--"
Mommy: "Ok, you guys want bacon for dinner, and mommy and daddy want--"
R: "HOT DOGS!"
Mommy: "Ok, hot dogs. So that's three votes for bacon and two for hot dogs. What would win?"
Mommy: "Right! So what if mommy and daddy said 'well, we decided twins can't vote.' Now how many votes do we have?"
R: "Um, 1 for bacon and 2 for hot dogs."
G (looking horrified): "Then hot dogs would win!"
R (angry monkey face): "That's not fair!"
Mommy: "That's kind of like voter suppression. Some people say some other people's votes don't count, and it's not very fair at all."
Gaius: "... Can we have bacon for dinner?"