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Subject: Re: move to Canada they s Date: Tue Feb 02 2021 08:44 am
From: Dr. What To: Ennev

-=> Ennev wrote to Dr. What <=-

 > Not in the U.S.  Gov't officials have legal immunity for their decisions.
 > Bureaucrats in agencies
 > like the EPA, for example, are unelected and unappointed.  It's near
 > impossible
 > to fire them.  They are more
 > likely to die or retire than be fired.

 En> Then you can really call that a democracy :-(

Ya, not even close to a democracy.

What's happened over many decades is that more and more of the rule making power
has moved to the bureaucracy.  Then the legislature (unconstitutionally) ceded
authority to the bureaucracy (You might remember the "we have to pass
the law before we can know what's in it" from Pelosi.).

So the legislature basically passes a law that says "Agency X has the authority
to make the rules governing Y."  So a bunch of unelected, unaccountable
morons get to, effectively, make law.

And the Supreme Court has a policy of defering to the "experts" (supposedly
the people in said bureaucracy).

 En> Make me think of EU where is more and more ruled and regulated by
 En> mostly non elected people that will dictate with theirs "directive" law
 En> that need to be adopted by respective EU countries.

I thought that was the main reason the UK wanted out of the EU.

 En> How long will this last? Look that stunt this weekend with UK. OH we
 En> have a deal but we'll suspend it. Already sound like the big guys
 En> kicking the small ones.

That's what happens at the beginning.  But it always ends poorly.  Usually
for everyone.


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