We’ve gotten to the point where you need a guide-book to keep track of all the scandals in Washington.
As a fiscal policy wonk, I focus mostly on the sleaze at the IRS, but I also recognize that the other scandals are equally troubling.
So I’m amused by Lisa Benson’s portrayal of the…um…plumbing problems at the White House.
But there’s a theme to all the scandals, regardless of whether they’re happening now under Obama or whether they happened under Bush or during the reign of previous Presidents: Many of them take place solely because government is large, bloated, and involved in areas where it doesn’t belong.
Here’s my video explaining why corruption is much more common when government is bigger.