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Yeah, this was the conclusion I came to last year about that year's "Sad Puppies" slate (as opposed to this year's Rabid one). My series of posts about the slate last year and the intersection of politics and stylistic preference was an attempt to see their side of the argument.
Which said, sadly it's not the "Sad" puppies, at least some of whom seem to be people with whom one could have a reasoned disagreement, who are the problem this year, but the rabid ones. And "Day" and his tame Gators are utterly incapable of being reasoned with.
Thankfully for me, my experience of the nominated works is that they're not actually Hugo-worthy anyway, so my "no voting for hatemongers", "no voting for slates", and "no voting for really terrible books" principles all align.
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