Based on Gbaji's analogy here, I think we can find a solution. 1 vote per person, 1 bullet per person. No restrictions on guns.
No, he already said that doesn't count. See, each person with a gun is a soldier in his side's army just like every person with a vote is a soldier in his side's army. Because casting one vote is the same as firing lots of bull--- hell, I don't know. Here, this sums up my feelings on this line of debate well enough: