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Re: Another proposal.

Raul Miller wrote:
> >>Here's the problem: a vote against an option can cause quorum to be met
> >>and therefore cause the option to win.  This discourages sincere votes
> >>against the option.

John H. Robinson, IV wrote:
> >i don't buy that logic. the case is true, and having X>Q votes causes
> >the vote to be binding.

On Tue, Nov 19, 2002 at 03:50:10PM -0500, Buddha Buck wrote:
> I agree with John.

Can you explain what he's saying in a meaningful fashion?  [It looks to me
like he's contradicting himself, but apparently you have a self-consistent
way of interpreting what he's saying?]


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