Guest bloggers at Iowahawk’s tell a tale of woe of the Big Voter booboisie on the march in ever-increasing numbers with the goal of limiting their rights as Government-Americans:
Certainly, legislators and government officials have always had to deal with the annoyance of obtrusive constituents. But there was always a belief that somehow, between election campaigns, we would muddle along despite the constant threat of voter interference. Those of us who survived the horrors of November 1994 worked hard to design important safety net protections, such as revolving doors, redistricting, earmarks, and franking privileges, in a bipartisan effort to insure “Never Again.” And with the inauguration of President Obama in January, there was an optimistic sense that the era of Big Voter was finally over.
“I look at this health care plan and I see nothing that is about health or about care. What I see is a bureaucratic nightmare, Senator. Medicaid is broke, Medicare is broke, Social Security is broke and you want us to believe that a government that can’t even run a Cash for Clunkers program is going to run one-seventh of our U.S. economy? No sir, no!” she said.