Sunday, August 17, 2014
Gridlock or democracy and separation of powers?
Americans who are used to the feds creating a program to solve every problem and put extra cash in their pockets complain about gridlock. Some gridlock can be harmful, wasteful and insensitive to humanitarian values. Others argue that it's sometimes the inevitable result of our constitutional structure. Law Professor Eric Posner's dangerous drivel is symptomatic of the lack of concern for our constitutional system.