Pete Stark: No limits on Federal Government

I suspect his attitude is almost universal among the political elite in DC.

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5 Responses to Pete Stark: No limits on Federal Government

  1. calvinsmom says:

    Hot tar. Feathers. A rail. A slimy Congressperson.

    Assembly required.

  2. bluesun says:

    Arrogance or stupidity? I don’t like either in my government.

  3. DirtCrashr says:

    Typical BayAryan authoritarian. He runs the East Bay patronage from Hayward, but now that NUMMI (New United Motors joint venture with Toyota) is dead and the Auto-Union is out, his star may decline

  4. DirtCrashr says:

    In other news his real name is Fortney Hillman Stark, Jr. a member of Incumbistan originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin who inherited his seat from George Miller — and he attended both CAL (Berkeley) and MIT so he’s a real know-it-all shithead. Most of these assholes are not native Californians but cog-transplants into the CA Democrat Machine. imperial Boxer from Brooklyn and insane Pelosi from Baltimore, idiot Stark from Wisconsin, corrupt Maxine Waters from St. Louis.
    Where are the native California politicians?

  5. TJP says:

    No, that’s true. The central government does pretty much whatever it wants. Why wouldn’t it?

    There’s political segmentation of the populace; each segment has at least two issues which inspire passion. One issue involves the government doing something that could (or is) already being done by some other party (productive), and the other demands government interference (non-productive) for the purposes of screwing over some other, disliked segment. The sum total of all the requirements of the government demanded by these segments is a central government which does everything. Furthermore, it is guaranteed that everyone will keep voting to preserve the same government which is simultaneously screwing them over.

    You could vote for a politician that doesn’t listen to the demands of the electorate, or a politician that does listen to the demands of the electorate, and the resultant flavor of governance would be exactly the same.

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