Babbling Paternalist Incoherence


Not sure what Eleanor Norton is going on about here. That's the difference between Parliamentary and separation of powers government ergo the people don't have the right to know what goes on with their government?

Know the problem, right? In addition to abject ignorance and arrogance, elected officials seem to think they own the government and the people. 

From The Washington Examiner:

"It was, to put mildly, a significant departure from the more traditional liberal stance that openness and transparency are must to prevent abuses of power by government officials. Instead the leading advocate for statehood for the District of Columbia literally argued that even the congressional committee charged with oversight shouldn't be asking questions in the first place. "

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