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2020: A Different Type of Resolution … and a Question

Whereas, 2019 was a year that witnessed a variety of political actions and general events with varying degrees of sanity; and

Whereas, I was honored to become a contributor to the BEST web-based news and commentary site in all of Virginia; and

Whereas, a sincere desire to promote new ideas, meaningful discussion, and (if necessary) shed sunlight on those situations that are toxic to common sense and progress are my only motivations;

Therefore, be it resolved (by me to our readers), in 2020, I will continue to be honored to report on, and opine about, politics, human nature, and unusual life experiences; I will do so thoughtfully and responsibly; with zero tolerance for bullshit, or for those whose only goals are self-promotion or unnecessary divisiveness (it hath been disclosed); I will expect nothing; I offer anyone the opportunity to change my mind on any topic (if anyone might care to do so); I will only ask for honest consideration and basic civility.

I wish all of my fellow “Drifters” (readers and colleagues) a FAB2020!

So, why not begin the FAB with a question for everyone who has an opinion on the issue. The elected office does not matter … from party official to POTUS … but the issue has been the root of more bullshit than almost any other.

As we move further into the political season, which method of candidate nomination do you prefer? The RPV had a handy handbook that explains each method. You can find it here: RPV handbook for methods of nomination [1].

Convention … or Primary … or Canvass? And, if you care to share, why your chosen method?