They are unelected and Congress has no control over them (except to eliminate their funding, which this Congress is not about to do). They therefore give too much power to the executive branch and unbalance the separation of the three powers of government.
They are also increasing at an breathtaking rate--a czar for everything.
Thanks for the reply, but I still don’t understand what they can do. Can they affect taxes? I thought that was just Congress. Can they make laws? I don’t see how?
I just don’t understand what the American people would be bound by that would originate with these czars.
posted on 08/30/2009 7:11:12 AM PDT
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