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Re: Convention

indianabob wrote:

> >absentee voting just doesnt work,  tell me what  organization uses that
> approach?

That's a pretty broad statement and frankly seems pretty elitist to me.  Why
doesn't it work?  What does going to the convention have to do with wanting to
have some imput into how the AHS operates?  The fact that I am not a man of
leisure doesn't mean that I don't have an opinion.  In fact, some of you may
have noticed that I have lots of opinions.  Do I have to go to the convention
to prove that I know enough to vote on what the AHS is doing.  Do half of the
people who go to the convention have any idea about what is being voted on?
It seems to me that the only reason not to open voting to the membership is to
insure that a small number of people have control.

Just an opinion from someone who had other things to do.

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