Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Page Inflation and Government

An alternate explanation is that complete intransigence on one side of the aisle and the growing power of private industry has made it imperative that complex carve outs be made for everyone voting for each bill and for each industry effected since everyone in Congress currently believes they have a veto. Or you can go the Beck route and blame it on "Progressives."

[Edit: The link is to David Brooks' column this morning who I believe deserves to be chided a bit for taking a rather too simplistic, and in my opinion completely ridiculous, stance on why the length of legislation is growing, sounding rather too much like Glenn Beck's screeds against progressivism in the process.]

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