Voters don't choose the candidate that best represents their ideas about government but adapt their ideas to the candidate they prefer.
Aaron HuertasPeople vote on issues only in so far as they demonstrate whether or not a candidate is fighting for people like them. The issues aren't check boxes for voters - they have to be part of coherent story candidates tell.
To prepare for it, we need to admit that we can’t prevent it.
Aaron HuertasThis is grossly uninformed doomer bullshit. Jonathan Frazen is not a journalist and he doesn't interview people who work on these issues before writing about them. Why is the New Yorker publishing this nonsense?