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Re: Re: AIS: membership trends - more

No, what I mean is that just because I, Bobby Baxter, feels something may be wrong, this does not warrant a policy change the the organization based upon my opinion. However, if several hundred other people were to individually submit a similar opinion, then I feel this would warrant a review of the situation. If the review does identify something that can be changed to improve this situation, then the organization can act upon it.

I also feel that perhaps a priority can be establish to review different situations based upon how many people actually feel it is an issue. 500 people sharing an opinion would rate high, while 1 or 2 peoples opinion would be lower in the priority of items to review.

I hope this clarifies my thoughts.

Thanks for asking

Bobby Baxter

----- Original Message ----- From: <Cseggen1@aol.com>
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Sent: Friday, January 28, 2005 12:31 PM
Subject: Re: [iris] Re: AIS: membership trends - more

Mr Baxter wrote: "I do not feel any one person's opinion is grounds for a policy change. However, if the questioner idea proposed earlier today revealed 300 of 1000 people having the same concern in a specific area then it would warrant review."

Does this mean that the opioinion of 1st person who offered it has no value. I think this is part of the problem. Everyone's opinion should be considered & evaluated. It should not take a cry from the masses to be heard. When people are ignored, they feel devalued.

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