[Foundation-l] Chart of candidate positions on ads.

Brad Patrick bradp.wmf at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 04:00:26 UTC 2007

I would rather that as well, Erik.  I just thought it trivialized what
is a significant issue. ('it' being a graphic depicting...well, I'm not
sure what it was depicting.)

This should be a discursive process, imo.

Erik Moeller wrote:
> Don't be so easily discouraged; I thought it was interesting. Hard to
> quantify positions like that, of course. I'd prefer a table with
> quotes from the Q&A page.
> On 6/26/07, Jeandré du Toit <jackdt at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 6/26/07, Brad Patrick <bradp.wmf at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> So now the election process itself has become a parody of USA Today?
>>> This is absurdity.  If you have sufficient concerns about specific
>>> candidates say so.  I would hope people who care enough about the issue
>>> to be interested in learning people's positions could do so without
>>> visual aids.
>> Sorry. I've tagged it for speedy deletion G6.
>> I asked here because my position on summaries being good was also
>> rejected at another site: I was burned by those admins for linking to
>> the opensecrets page for a famous person and the voting history for
>> the person they contributed to.
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