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He’s the hero Maricopa County deserves and the one it desperately needs right now. Whoever you are, dreadlock man, we salute you.
When a lamb becomes a lion ! Arizona patriot obliterates the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors today!!! 🔥 🇺🇸🔥👇 pic.twitter.com/ONUEMl1ZhI
— VeBee🇺🇸✝️ (@VeBo1991) November 16, 2022
We love you, Dread man!!!
Hey, haven’t we seen this guy before? I think we did during the covid nonsense.
It’s like get your mind around it people. Those attracted to government positions do so, because it provides them excess latitude with minimal oversight, and guaranteed retirement. For those successful in the sycophant circles, they may move up to glorious positions of trust and influence in high places, where they can use insider information and leverage over companies and people to become quite rich. These people have no intention of providing fair representative services anymore. And that’s primarily due to the excess scale and size of most governments. They have become busy bodies just doing busy work for the sake of working and keeping their job.
This creates a systemic problem which perpetuates itself, often observed in the form of excess legislation and complex rule making. We need a return to some old fashioned approaches, if the bill can not be read and understood in a single page, it’s too complicated and therefore unfair to apply to the general public. This used to be the mainstay standard in this country, until the bureaucrats took over.
Take Montana for example, they have simple laws and comprehensive laws too, they do not have as many excess laws. That’s because there is some really old fashioned approaches up there like they only meet in official session every other year for limited periods, etc. The politicians are restrained by time and resources, so the focus on legislation tends to revolve around protecting rights rather than implementing special interest favor packages and such.
Then bounce to California and Colorado where laws are increasingly complex, unnecessary, dozens of pages long, and there is a constant supply of thousands of local legislators all fighting for the whip and pulpit whom constantly file new bills and spending proposals. The political mouth breathers and corporate lobbyist chair fillers are constantly busy, so much so that even the most dedicated individual citizen would be unable to keep up with all their activity even if this was their dedicated full time employment position and passionate focus. It’s the difference between large government and small government.
Want solutions? Read my lips; no new taxes. No new government programs, except programs which audit other programs within government with the express purpose of reducing the size of government. Try this great concept out; For each new law proposed and passed, there must be a balanced approach where two older laws must be removed. It takes time to create bureaucracies but the same mechanisms by which they operate can be used to downsize and minimize their lasting institutional influences.
Get your mind around it, the government has become an institution to itself, so large that it no longer needs to listen to the will of the people. It is the revolving door, the big club which you and I are not a part of. My vote is on revisiting the Permanent Apportionment act, because the original structure of our government was never intended to have tens of thousands of citizens jockeying for the few congress and few senate persons attention.
Additionally the limit placed on volume of representatives has created and fueled a climate of excess lobbyists and corporate influence, something which could be abated with at least roughly twice if not three or more times as many representatives. However, the over all budget for operations should not increase, but rather their incomes should be split and split again amongst each other. This would bring more statesmen to office rather than attracting career politicians. We should simply abolish paid lobbyists or prohibit them somehow, as clearly the corporations have hijacked and commandeered representative democracy. If people truly wish for change and new legislation for some important purpose, they should be expected to lobby and work for this on their own time and their own dollar. Big corps should not be allowed to buy votes, as is the current structures ultimate end result. By revisiting the apportionment approach, we could still avoid excess of persons, by scale, while adjusting this to something more reasonable and less capable of being so easily corrupted. Which is more challenging, to buy 2 votes or buy 10? Which is more suitable to representative democracy, a citizen in line behind 100 paid lobbyists, or a citizen with direct access to their reps, perhaps waiting behind 10 other citizens instead of the 100 lobbyists. This is an important concept we need to revisit, apportionment.
There are more lobbyists for any given major industrial sector than there are congress people in total. Congress people are at times outnumbered a hundred to one by paid lobbyists. So good luck with your letters and your vote efforts. The way we direct our money and either feed the corporations sponsoring these lobbyists whom pull the strings of our puppet politicians, or alternatively deny them our consumer dollars, is a far far more influential activity than standing by to cast a vote every other year or even as this great individual has done, to grandstand and have his voice heard in front of some board. They don’t care about his voice, as he’s not the one paying them or feeding them investment dollars to fund their expansive county budgets.
The vote you cast daily is in your wallet, cast it with care and better attention in the future if you want meaningful reform. Buy a man a political favor, you win his vote for a day. Then you have to buy it again. Structure an institution around a mans ideals and beliefs, his legacy resonates through the generations as the institution eventually funds itself. That’s called successful free market enterprise embraced by citizen consumers. It is why some institutions stand the test of time, and others do not, the will of the people via the power of the purse via free market principals. We need to get off this roller coaster ride where we turn to government for every problem, because for every action government takes, two new problems are created down the line. And now we’re spending quite a lot of money on elections… Pop quiz, what is the root cause of this problem with vote security and citizens faith in voting systems?
On ‘Permanent Apportionment’. And ‘ Reapportionment’. Read up, educate yourself. We should reconsider the scale of volume of representatives in relation to citizen populace count.