A couple months back, I was thinking about how Independence Day has traditionally made me cranky. I was going to do a piece called The Wrong Question/The Right Question, and I even asked folks to help me.
A couple examples:
The Wrong Question: Whether we need voter ID.
The Right Question: Whether we have polling places open long enough, and staffed well enough, to accommodate voters. Failing that, whether mail voting would be a credible solution.
The Wrong Question: Whether people on food stamps should use them for buying steaks.
The Right Question: Why many of the the working poor make so little that they’re eligible for food stamps.
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