People who are going to GA while CC has to stay in Washington and work suck.
And judging by the schedule of future GAs, the UUA is bound and determined to always have GA right before the end of the fiscal year, so it will always be hard for me to go.
If we want to keep GA's ratio of hippies to non-hippies untenably high, that's certainly one way to do it as the end of the fiscal year mostly matters to people in management, accounting, and fundraising. None of those are big social activist professions.
And I guess with Sinkford's platform being social action, keeping the ratio of hippies up is in his best interest.
I hate it when the people who can effectively game the system aren't on my side.