1 vote
Jun 24, 2015

It is a common mistake to believe that one must be a lawyer to make laws. Small businesses create 63% of all laws and they only make common sense rules on how they run their businesses. If these self imposed rules do not work they go out of business. Lawyers in our govt on the other hand make rules and the more complicated they are the more their profession benefits; the more inefficient they are the more they benefit as they are paid by the hour; the more contention they cause the more they benefit. Doing what they do is an inherent conflict of interest. I guess we should have builders writing the building codes as of course they have the most experience there.
go to legalreform-now.org or voteforvern.com

Vern Wuensche

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