American manufacturers tell him point-blank that this administration has done very little in aid of domestic manufacturing and Mr. Daley still manages to say:
“You can’t sound Pollyannaish,” Daley told the business leaders. “I believe this economy of ours is better than the perception right now.”
Administrative executives in the federal government are — living in the burgeoning bubble of bureaucracy — entirely out of touch. And, as Secretary Daley himself stated (!), there is really nothing that can be done about it. And why should they, practically speaking, when there appears to be no real political threat to their continued position-holding?
The agencies have metasticized — a direct benefit to the coterie of well-compensated bureaucraleaders who run them and their virtually undischargeable and growing population of staff. Unless, of course, the illness has gone well past the point of saving.
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