A bill to reduce the number of executive positions subject to Senate confirmation.
Comment: This bill further erodes the constitutional power prescribed to Congress in Article II, Section 2 of the US Constitution; expands the power of the Executive Branch, reduces the place of the "people" through their elected representatives in Congress within the Federal Government and potentially expands the number of "czars" and the National and Federal Government, and clearly lays another brick in the road paving the way for a dictator. This bill should be strongly OPPOSED!
Think about this; if there is so much overwhelming work for Congress to do that they don't have time to confirm executive positions and they must pass off their constitutional responsibility to the Executive Branch, then doesn't that really say that Congress is doing more work than they should be? YES! If we return to the constitutional scope set forth by the founders then it would be logical to reduce the size and scope of the National and Federal Governments and have Congress act according to the 9th and 10th Amendments.
That logic will only prevail when the states return to their rightful place in the Federal Government and demand the exercise of the 10th Amendment, which will only come when the 17th Amendment is repealed.