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State of Mind

wherever? whatever.
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What matters is not the state where you live but your "state of mind" --If I'm in a New York State of mind I should be able to vote for the New York senators and if I feel like I'm from Brooklyn, instead of the Bronx, then let me vote for a Brooklyn representative.

People should be able to vote wherever they feel like voting. If you say this will cause anarchy, I say clam down. It will sort itself out. You can only "be" in one state of mind at a time ... so it won't matter.

futurebird, Jun 22 2008

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       This assumes all states of mind are presently accounted for, and are discrete entities that are fully described by their relative distinctions among and between states. That is, I think it's a tad near-sighted. I've definitely felt something between Nevada and New Mexico and it was much much more than just a rise on ya.
daseva, Jun 22 2008
  

       Won't this exclude most of us from all elections outside Cloud-Cuckoo Land?
pertinax, Jun 22 2008
  

       Now that I've clamed down, I feel once again like I'm in Vegas.
wagster, Jun 22 2008
  
      
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