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The biggest problem with DC government employees is that, for many years, the point of DC government has had very little to do with actually providing services to the public. Rather, DC government has served as a means to redistribute wealth and provide jobs for people in exchange for their votes.

This is especially true when it comes to lower level jobs like the DMV. Such agencies exist to employ people who would otherwise be drawing welfare benefits. Any services they provide to the public are incidental.

by Potowmack on Feb 20, 2013 10:31 am • linkreport

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