[arin-discuss] [ARIN-Suggestions] New ACSP Suggestion 2014.10: CHANGES TO CANDIDATE SPEECHES

Paul Timmins ptimmins at clearrate.com
Fri Jun 6 13:13:35 EDT 2014

And for me, the whole thing sounds ilke 'I don't like the status quo, and I don't like that they are recommending others who are in a similar vein'

It all comes down to 'I don't trust the electorate to make up their own minds independently, regardless of who or how endorsements occur'. And I find that sickening.

This and the earlier suggestion to impose mandatory term limits makes me wonder what kind of agenda people have that they feel the status quo, aka the majority elected, need to go by any means necessary, and want to stifle them and cripple their ability to communicate, govern, and be elected in any way possible.

And we the sheeple can't be trusted to remove these scourges of society, so we have to make sure the policies do it for us.


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If a candidate wants to spend some of their time talking up other
candidates, I fail to see what the problem with that is.

There is a growing trend in our society of  "free speech is whatever we
agree with and allow you to say". And it's sad to see it here on the
ARIN list.

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