Friday, November 9, 2007

A point for the plaintiffs lawyers

An argument the plaintiffs' lawyers have is that the legislative branch and regulatory apparatus are corrupt and fail to represent properly their public constituency in the policy decisions they make, the laws they enact, the regulations they promulgate, and their enforcement of the same.

I agree that the legislative branch is corrupt and the regulatory apparatus is tainted.

I would only like the plaintiffs' lawyers to say, "We agree with your analysis and arguments about the civil liability system and the reforms that are needed, but you need to do something about the corrupt legislatures in the United States."

To which I say to the plaintiffs' lawyers, "Let us be join arms and use some of your billions of dollars of revenues to proclaim to the public the corruption of its legislatures and campaign to defeat all incumbent legislators on general principles."

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