Random drug testing, IRS audit, and an IQ test, (the first question of course being, "Do you think Guam will tip over...", then, "Do you need two lawyers and two days to understand a bill you just voted on?".)
And yeah, their report card should be a matter of public record, right along with their voting record, increase in income while in office along with their family/relative's, top money contributors, and most important, their family tree...mandatory updates posted on the doors of city hall (you know, like the old "wanted" posters) as you suggest, all in a data base...
But then, wouldn't that mean they aren't privileged? How could we live in that kind of society where there are no privileged?
"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." Debra Medina
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