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Dumb and Dumber: Why Does Washington Have No Learning Curve?

 Or you could wield all sorts of fancy analytic words to explain it. Or you could just settle for a few simple, all-American ones. Like dumb. Stupid. Dimwitted. Thick-headed. Or you could speak about the second administration in a row that wanted to leave no child behind, but was itself incapable of learning, or reasonably assessing its situation in the world.

Or you could simply wonder what’s in Washington’s water supply. Last week, after all, there was a perfect drone storm of a story, only a year or so late -- and no, it wasn’t that leaked “white paper” justifying the White House-directed assassination of an American citizen; and no, it wasn’t the two secret Justice Department “legal” memos on the same subject that members of the Senate Intelligence Committee were allowed to “view,” but in such secrecy that they couldn’t even ask John O. Brennan, the president’s counterterrorism tsar and choice for CIA director, questions about them at his public nomination hearings;

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The answer is too complicated.

If they impeach the President, they might be impeached by their State.

The money problem is bad. The contracts and paper loans that America has with the Fed makes it impossible to break the tie. Yet it is the Fed's strangle-hold on America that is moving the country and the world toward slavery.

They may be waiting for the Bitcoin answer, but after awhile, Bitcoin just might become the one-world Government.

Big Business likes things the way they are, so why should Congress change things?

There isn't any learning curve because nobody has the answer. In other words, the free market is winning in the long run. All Government can do is try to hold things together, and then sit back and watch.

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