[arin-discuss] Fwd: [ARIN-Suggestions] New ACSP Suggestion 2014.10: CHANGES TO CANDIDATE SPEECHES
swm at emanon.com
Fri Jun 6 15:38:20 EDT 2014
I would ABSOLUTELY agree with and support that. (as noted in my last
From: Jawaid Bazyar <Jawaid.Bazyar at forethought.net>
Date: Friday, June 6, 2014 at 2:45 PM
To: <arin-discuss at arin.net>
Subject: Re: [arin-discuss] Fwd: [ARIN-Suggestions] New ACSP Suggestion
2014.10: CHANGES TO CANDIDATE SPEECHES
>Give each speaker a specific amount of time (e.g. 3 minutes) and if they
>choose to use that to talk up other people instead of themselves, well,
>it's their time. (Congress does this).
>On 06/06/2014 05:34 AM, Scott Morris wrote:
>> So I feel that I missed some of the fun along the way. Exactly how much
>> time was spent with these unsolicited endorsements??? I mean, this
>> turn into a filibuster, did it? If so, there are concepts within
>> Rules that would assist with that.
>> But the suggestion as it is written doesn¹t seem to be an appropriate
>> solution. If someone wants to talk about off-topic things, no matter
>> detailed the rules, they¹ll always find some way to do so. And if
>> are that put out by it, then the most appropriate action is to simply
>> vote for the people that they like (although that brings about a whole
>> reverse-psychology idea too!).
>> The process doesn¹t appear to be broken. Just a few individuals and
>> use of it.
>> My two cents, although I wasn¹t thereŠ
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