Since most American voters find voting an onerous burden, show we replace the Senate and Presidency with corporate endowments?

Update: Should the Senate be the top 100 financial institutions with the power to select the President & VP for a limit of 2 six year terms with a simple majority confirmation from the House of Representatives? The House would continue elected as is. The US Senate would be represented from state senates made up of the... show more Should the Senate be the top 100 financial institutions with the power to select the President & VP for a limit of 2 six year terms with a simple majority confirmation from the House of Representatives? The House would continue elected as is. The US Senate would be represented from state senates made up of the top 100 endowed chairs who elect the US Senate. Governors & Lt. Gov. would be chosen the same as President.
Update 2: At the local level, the same could apply although there could be a confirmation vote for city or metro councils by the public. Jobs such as District Attorney, Judges, etc would be civil service eliminating the burden of voting.
Update 3: Should we recognize that most Americans do not want a democracy, they want prosperity, security and stability. Democratic institutions may act as a check against power abuses, but it seems most do not want the burden of self-government.
Update 4: Sorry for the typo, not Show we, should we
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