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And as far as anyone here forgetting “at our peril” that people vote for candidates based on emotion rather than “policy positions or resume points,” I’d argue it’s more perilous for a magazines concerned with philosophy and policy to behave as if it is acceptable to choose candidates based on who you’d feel comfortable talking to through a mouth full of potato salad at a backwoods barbeque rather than ideas. To simply anticipate voters can be sold on candidates with a broken philosophy en masse based on emotion is not a earth shattering insight, nor would it come a surprise to Eric Hoffer or any regular observer of modern politics since.
We have plenty of outlets already on the usual electoral stupidity beat. A few attempting to transcend it won't kill anybody.
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