I wonder if they're still upset about, "Sons of Tucson" bumping them out of their time slot two years ago.
You can look at the campaign finance reports to see who is behind prop 121: http://www.azsos.gov/cfs/FilerDetail.aspx?…
Prior to circulating petitions they were made aware of the problems with top-two systems encountered in other states, but they went ahead anyway. They could've gone with a true reform proposal such as this one: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Condorcet_met…
The experience from other states that use top-two makes it clear that it simply makes it easier for incumbents to win albeit spending more money in the process. The people behind top-two are taking advantage of voter dissatisfaction to push through a so-called solution that isn't really a solution.
From California, "How Prop. 14 weakened democracy": http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commen…
And the current administration is waging war on MMJ. I'm glad there are two other presidential candidates on the Arizona ballot who oppose the drug war.
Search on Google for: obama war on medical marijuana
Violent crime includes offenses other than murder.
"UK is violent crime capital of Europe"
"The most violent country in Europe: Britain is also worse than South Africa and U.S."
So, anyone want to actually debate the merits of the author's thesis or is name-calling the best some of you can do?
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