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I've just reordered the text of the answer to lead with the actual answer, leaving the proposal as an addendum. Then voted to reopen. (Meta spends too much time on pro/con justifications and not enough on improvements. Our resources are finite. It's like teaching a youngster how to tie his shoes. One could take hours to attentively lecture him on ...


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I voted to delete your answer as a high reputation user. In a comment under this question, you point to a paragraph in your answer, the one starting with "But you asked why.". While it seems like you're turning to the actual question at that point, I don't think you do. That paragraph tries to convince us why (direct quote): Politicians and ...


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If affiliations refers to whether they work for a political party, PAC, politician, or are some kind of hireling (or necessary sponsor) thereof, yes they absolutely should reveal that -- but it seems doubtful if everyone so affiliated would do so voluntarily, particularly if they've signed an NDA. Therefore we might ask candidates a meta-question like: &...


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