Read it and weep, especially if you have children.
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Just read this one paragraph:
Mr. Walker identifies the disease as having a basic cause: “Washington is totally out of touch and out of control,” he sighs. “There is political courage there, but there is far more political careerism and people dodging real solutions.” He identifies entrenched incumbency as a real obstacle to change. “Members of Congress ensure they have gerrymandered seats where they pick the voters rather than the voters picking them and then they pass out money to special interests who then make sure they have so much money that no one can easily challenge them,” he laments. He believes gerrymandering should be curbed and term limits imposed if for no other reason than to inject some new blood into the system. On campaign finance, he supports a narrow constitutional amendment that would bar congressional candidates from accepting contributions from people who can’t vote for them: “If people can’t vote in a district not their own, should we allow them to spend unlimited money on behalf of someone across the country?”
Just kidding, read the whole thing.
You set a new record in just five months!
Vodkapundit, the New York Times, Matt Drudge and the Three Stooges show us why “The Obama people are the ones making it worse, those stupid idiot dumb-dumbs.”
For months now I have been asking (rhetorically) Mr. 0bama “How you gonna pay for that?” every time he goes on TV and announces more federal spending.
Well now we know.