Volunteer Congress would solve government gridlock
Readers Forum published in print newspaper and online
Mar 10, 2013
(Readers Forum, March 8:) The solution for a gridlocked government, wrote Ivan Brewer last week, is to establish a volunteer Congress:
"Advantages of a volunteer Congress: 1. practically eliminates cronyism; 2. practically eliminates the influence of special interest groups; 3. practically eliminates partisanship; 4. practically eliminates the current gridlock in Congress; 5. practically eliminates the current power bases established over the past two centuries."
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