RE: [lpsf-discuss] Another Ed Jew Question

What's wrong with enabling the declaration of an unenforceable position
that has weight with the citizenry (who overwhelmingly passed a ballet
measure to the same effect) in exchange for some effective position
relative to less taxes and less city bureaucracy? It sounds like
sacrificing a pawn for a knight, bishop or castle if you ask me. Isn't
that the kind of political gamesmanship we are discussing on this list?
One minute Libertarians are getting hammered for not being practical and
the next minute we get hammered for being practical. Which one is it?