The idea that we need any new laws, or new executive bureaucracies to great a better-ordered and better managed society is nuts. Jonah Goldberg points out a classic case this weekend by advocating for the elimination of witholding taxes.
Witholding taxes place an intermediary between the citizen and our government. Mandatory company-provided healthcare laws, which began long before ObamaCare hit the scene, accomplish the same: placing an intermediary between the people and the healthcare provider.
Solution: Start a movement to elect representatives to Congress who will focus on removing laws from the federal register, with the primary mission of simplifying the relationship between the people and their government.
Slogan: No new laws.