Not a ton of policy to talk about on the purest political day of the year (or of every four years).
I will say, no matter who wins, both Obama and McCain—from a policy position—should be much better than George W. Bush. I'll tackle Bush from a policy perspective in the next few days.
However, I will say this about election day... voters should not have to wait very long in line. There should not be long queues and hour plus waits for people to vote. This only encourages and creates disenfranchisement. So from a policy perspective, we should do what is necessary to keep those lines fairly short.
The conservation of coercion? - These aspects raise an uncomfortable possibility for libertarians: is there a sort of law of conservation of coercion in well-functioning societies? A co...
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