The Daily Bell staff in an article said:
DC is an echo chamber. It is an insular club where people never see the American people they supposedly work for, represent, and serve.
These authors have right their take on our biggest problem as a country: a concentration of power in the Washington swamp.
It [DC] is where most of the top decision makers live and work. (They went on say) ‘Citizens’ concerns might actually be heard when government officials are their neighbors. Instead of a tally on a spreadsheet, officials would hear it from a friend.
They came up with a unique and creative solution to decentralize power in America.
Maybe it isn’t the government agencies which need to stay away from DC, but the politicians. In the internet age, why do they need to spend tax dollars flying to DC, and staying in swanky accommodations, eating expensive food?
All the members of Congress can simply video-call in for their votes. They can talk to other politicians via government technology that records their meetings. That way, there is a record of their communications. That means fewer backroom deals and more pressure from constituents. No more hiding in DC!
Mike Braun, Dr. Richard Moss, Diego Morales, Stephen MacKenzie, Rep. Jim Banks, and Trey Hollingsworth are running for Congress in Indiana. We should ask each of these conservative candidates if they would support this decentralization of power away from Washington. It would certainly prove to be a big step forward towards what’s troubling our country.
Separating the politicians from the bureaucrats and the lobbyists that make up part of the swamp can only be a good thing. It would go a long way towards accomplishing President Trump’s agenda. If we are going to undo the damage the Progressive Obama administration inflicted on our country, these kinds of conservative candidates are going to have to be elected.
They can help President Trump do what he promised to do for the American people. They can help him pack the courts, build the wall, repeal regulations, fund the military, and so much more.