Re: What next?
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>>"Raul" == Raul Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Raul> Well, no one has sponsored my proposal to amend the constitution.
Raul> And, no one has issued any other proposals to fix the ambiguities
Raul> of the constitution.
Raul> The big question is: what should be done, to advance Manoj+Branden's
Raul> I hadn't proposed a full set of constitutional amendments to enable
Raul> those proposals (trying to keep things simple), and maybe that's why
Raul> the resounding silence.
Actually, since I had disconnected during the long debate that
progressed here, there was a lot of material to cover, and
digest. And I still think I would not be able to defend the method to
someone uninitiated; I need to go look for the papers on the voting
methods to be sure of my footing on this.
However, I am willing to trust Raul and AJ to have researched
the underlying method, and the language is clean and understandable,
and thus I am willing to be a second for this proposal.
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"Americans like to talk about (or be told about) Democracy but, when
put to the test, usually find it to be an 'inconvenience.' We have
opted instead for an authoritarian system *disguised* as a Democracy.
We pay through the nose for an enormous joke-of-a-government, let it
push us around, and then wonder how all those assholes got in there."
Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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