The Washington Times Weekly
Don’t make rash decisions
With the cancellation of the All-Star game in Georgia, Major League Baseball has put itself in a pickle (“MLB to move All-Star Game out of Atlanta in response to Georgia voter law,” Web, April 2). It could have future opposition to having the game played in states that have even stricter rules for casting a vote. The states of New York, Massachusetts, Texas and Pennsylvania do not have noexcuse absentee voting, although Georgia has it. Wisconsin and Michigan do not have early voting, although Georgia has it.
It doesn’t pay to make a rash political decision — especially when you don’t have any experience in making a well-thoughtout one first.
STEPHEN YOUHANAIE Oswego, Illinois