It never occurs to this writer that the federal bureaucratic culture is an anathema to a constitutional republic.
The fact that this unelected bureaucratic culture can write law, enforce that law and judge that law through its adminstrative courts is completely illegal. Under our constitution, only the legislature may write law.
Unaccountable bureaucrats writing law is one of the primary traits of any totalitarian dictatorship. When a bureaucrat writes a bad law, where is our redress? He can't be voted out of office. He can't be recalled through petition. We can't fire him.
This bureaucratic culture is a curse from the Marxist FDR and our unelected socialist courts. And congress won't step in to stop bureaucrats from writing law because it provides cover for these spineless weasels to blame bureaucrats for bad law.
The entire federal bureaucratic culture is odious and illegal.
Really??????!!! sarcasm off
I'm about tired of legislation without representation, which is one of the things that started the Revolution. Nobody voted for these pricks, and they should NOT be making "Rulings".
"...this unelected bureaucratic culture can write law. ...only the legislature may write law." Ergo it is not law?
"We can't fire him. "
Yes you can:
1. Have a valid rule
2. Inform the emplopyee of the rule
3. Prove the rule was broken
4. Select a reasonable penaly
5. Provide due process
"This bureaucratic culture is a curse from the Marxist FDR... "
Actually, you have the wrong "R." It was Theodore Roosevelt who as a NY Assemblyman began the national movement to change the civil service from a spoils system to a competative system. BTW, TR eventually became U.S. Civil Service Commissioner under Benjamin Harrision (R).