If you're like most voting citizens today, you're probably more than a little fed up with the choices you have as a voter. Have you ever said, 'I'm voting for Joe smith, because I dislike him less than I dislike Sally smith". (fill in John and sally smith with your own candidates, whom you can't stand.) Well, leave it to some enterprising folks in Massachusetts to propose a "solution" of sorts. Give voters another choice, called "None of the Above". If this passes, a None of the above selection will be a choice on all state elections. If "None of the Above" wins, a new election, with new candidates, will be mandatory. Here is Link to a news story about it. Here is Link to the website of the non-partisans who are supporting this. Fun fact: In Massachusetts, any citizen of the commonwealth may file legislation. The office of the secretary of state even has a free brochure on it, detailing the procedure. Your state senator, or representative, must file the bill on your behalf. This is not a constitutional right, but rather, a right of tradition, dating back to colonial times. It's somewhat rare, but sometimes, a private citizen's bill will actually make through the legislative process and be signed into law. Rare, but it does happen. May you live in interesting times. I'd say these times qualify. Thoughts and opinions?