Regulations matter little without regulators

I am glad to see this article. It is a point that I have been making for awhile.

You can make all kinds of laws, but what good are they if you can’t enforce them?

Doesn’t this breed a sort of contempt for the law?

Perhaps this is why GW is so openly and blatently contemptuous of the laws of the land that he swore to uphold.

What would happen if everybody followed his example and decided that the laws were no longer applicable?

Making new laws never solves a problem. It is more like a bandaid. Solving the problem requires determining what is causing it and treating the cause. This is the way things in life get handled by people everyday. For some reason our big brother bureaucracy masquerading as a just and representative gov’t believes in one standard for the people and another standard for those with the power.

Isn’t this the very example of elitism?