i believe this journalist makes a very valid point. lately, i've been leaning more towards the notion of firing Congress.
it seems that regardless of so called "partisanship", the overwhelming majority of Congress simply doesn't care about obeying its Constitutional boundaries. it continues to steal from this and future American generations at insane orders of magnitude, while continuing to do so through the use of a deceptive, fraudulent, and illegal monetary system.
however, due to the horrid plurality voting system as well as overly restrictive ballot access legislation (created by the political duopoly which enjoys its power), it appears nearly impossible to break this stranglehold.
i was very happy to hear The Who play "We Won't Get Fooled Again" at the Super Bowl halftime show this year! however, it seems that the American people continue to get fooled again... and again, etc. it seems that many Americans continue to fall for the deceptive "liberal vs. conservative" trap, while the powers that be continue to erode and/or usurp various unalienable individual rights. typically, each new Congress never addresses bad legislation from the previous!
i've looked a bit into the non-partisan GOOOH strategy, which focuses solely on replacing the entire House of Representatives with common Americans from each district of the 50 States who are not seeking political careers. from what i've discovered thus far, the strategy has potential and is worth a look.
regardless of which strategies might have potential to minimize our country's various problems, as this author says, it is ultimately up to We the People to manage our own employees.