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From a reader:

First, I can’t believe you linked to that silliness. Second, a brief perusal reveals other equally moronic pages, like the following about her voting experience:

“It is tragic that people who are incarcerated are unable to vote. They are probably the most important voices to listen to because they can tell us what we need to change. Yet they are arbitrarily silenced, as if forfeiting their right to vote punishes them. In truth, it punishes the rest of us because it turns the right into a privilege. Whenever privilege is introduced, there are problems. We cannot afford any more problems. “

I just can’t even imagine what this means.



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