Politicians will not step in to resolve the issue BP-1, not the Democrats nor the Republicans. If ever there was a government in need of an enema it is the one we are currently stuck with. Great design, crappy components.
agree generally, but would say "great concept, poor design, worse components"
What would you say makes it a poor design?
The counterbalance to representative democracy was the vote, but there are few tools as useless as a vote, unless aggregated. As a result, the government is run by career politicians (with terms, no less) beholding to large aggregated interests. It's government for the "squeaky wheel." The loser in the process is the "voter."Madison was right about factions, wrong about the impact representative democracy would have on them.
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