Food for Thought

Since most politicians these days are professionals - i.e., they aren't qualified to be much else, why not regulate them like every other professional - have a Board of Political Aspirants. They would have to pay fees (the only time many of them would actually pay for anything I suspect), and most importantly, have to take a licensing exam. It could be as simple as racing a rat around a maze for cheese but even that standard would seem to be a reform...

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