Don't Fire Democrats in 2014, 'Transition' Them

Scott Mayer
The most "transparent" administration in the history of the universe is for the very first time living up to that title, albeit in one area only. The utterly embarrassing disaster and convoluted set of lies known as ObamaCare has given Americans a front row seat at one of the windows into big government -- and the view is anything but pretty.

Conservatives are surly not surprised by the results of this law's implementation. But those who did believe the lies and misinformation spread by the president -- Democrats, mainstream media, Hollywood and even WebMD -- are seemingly left in a total daze, knowing not what to do or who to turn to after being so brazenly misled. Vulnerable Democrats are now doing their best pretzel imitations in order to distance themselves from ObamaCare as the 2014 elections approach. And who knows, maybe even Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, the Democrat Party's equivalent of Baghdad Bob, will someday be forced to concede the total failure of ObamaCare?

The natural instinct of irate voters may be to just "throw the bums out" in 2014. But in order to make a broader appeal to independent voters and those who may someday be known as Cruz-Democrats, why not take the Democrat's kinder, gentler approach to canceling... eh, firing these "substandard" politicians?

Instead, during the 2014 midterms and again in 2016, just "transition" these "junk" politicians back into the private sector where they will have a chance to prove just how much value they actually provide for society. Then maybe we can begin the long "transition" towards getting our high standard Constitutional Republic back in order?

After all, according to Democrats, a simple "transition" is a positive thing and a way to rid millions of Americans of their so-called substandard-junk-policies. So politicians should have no problem receiving a "transition" notice from the American people. That's most certainly a better outcome than being canceled, right?

The American people really don't have a problem with substandard health insurance plans. But they do have a problem with substandard-junk politicians trying to control every aspect of their lives.

I think "Transition 2014" has a really nice ring to it.

Scott blogs at http://www.politiseeds.com/ 

The most "transparent" administration in the history of the universe is for the very first time living up to that title, albeit in one area only. The utterly embarrassing disaster and convoluted set of lies known as ObamaCare has given Americans a front row seat at one of the windows into big government -- and the view is anything but pretty.

Conservatives are surly not surprised by the results of this law's implementation. But those who did believe the lies and misinformation spread by the president -- Democrats, mainstream media, Hollywood and even WebMD -- are seemingly left in a total daze, knowing not what to do or who to turn to after being so brazenly misled. Vulnerable Democrats are now doing their best pretzel imitations in order to distance themselves from ObamaCare as the 2014 elections approach. And who knows, maybe even Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, the Democrat Party's equivalent of Baghdad Bob, will someday be forced to concede the total failure of ObamaCare?

The natural instinct of irate voters may be to just "throw the bums out" in 2014. But in order to make a broader appeal to independent voters and those who may someday be known as Cruz-Democrats, why not take the Democrat's kinder, gentler approach to canceling... eh, firing these "substandard" politicians?

Instead, during the 2014 midterms and again in 2016, just "transition" these "junk" politicians back into the private sector where they will have a chance to prove just how much value they actually provide for society. Then maybe we can begin the long "transition" towards getting our high standard Constitutional Republic back in order?

After all, according to Democrats, a simple "transition" is a positive thing and a way to rid millions of Americans of their so-called substandard-junk-policies. So politicians should have no problem receiving a "transition" notice from the American people. That's most certainly a better outcome than being canceled, right?

The American people really don't have a problem with substandard health insurance plans. But they do have a problem with substandard-junk politicians trying to control every aspect of their lives.

I think "Transition 2014" has a really nice ring to it.

Scott blogs at http://www.politiseeds.com/