Re: GRs, irrelevant amendments, and insincere voting
On Nov 1, 2003, at 15:24, Branden Robinson wrote:
However, even so, that means (given):
Option A: strike SC 5
Option B: trivial, editorial change
Option C: A + B
Option D: Further Discussion
we're going to get the 'activists' voting CABD and the insecure voting
No, they might vote BACD because this sorts the substantive options in
increasing order of disruption to the Social Contract. It is
to rank A above C if you're trying to be "conservative" (but not so
conservative that you rank D first, saying "damn all changes")?
Yes. If you don't want it to change, you vote D. If you don't want it
to change much, you vote BD.