You ask your friend to watch your sports car. But he invites his friends to "test drive" it. Are you okay with that?
Congress does something similar . . .
We give them the power to write our laws, and they loan this power to un-elected bureaucrats who issue tens of thousands of dictates each year. But, none of these decrees are . . .
Are you okay with that?
Congress claims it needs experts to write the rules. We agree that they lack expertise. They can seek whatever advice they need. But Congress still has an obligation to . . .
Congress shirks these responsibilities because the politicians wouldn't be nearly as powerful if they actually had to do their jobs. They couldn't spend as much money, reward as many friends, punish as many enemies, and control as much of your life. They'd be too busy doing their Constitutional jobs.
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