Every year at this time, we have a HOF discussion. This year should be no different. But let's go a different course. Instead of talking about the travesty of great players who aren't in, let's talk about why - the process of voting for HOF members. Currently, members of the Baseball Writers Association of America, comprised of beat writers for each MLB team only, are the select few that get to vote. Each year, each member can vote for up to ten people they select for HOF membership. Each player must be retired for at least five years. You must get appear on 75% of BWAA ballots to get in. A Veterans Committee biannually considers those who are no longer under consideration by the BWAA. It's been several years since they have elected anyone (using the same 75% rule) and the VC is comprised of HOF members. So here's the question: should the process be changed? Ron Santo thinks so http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=3756458, as does Bill James. We'll talk about his proposal later. But for now, would you change this? Let me get first impressions, then I'll offer some observations.