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More Thought Questions

Filed under: Politics, Questions — Jared @ 11:30 am

I think I might pose a semi-rhetorical thought quesiton(s) regularly; I got an interesting answer from Matt on my last one. Here is the question for today:

Why is it that in most states the state Congress is responsible for redrawing congressional district lines? Who came up with that idea? Did they not see the inherently corrupt nature of such an arrangement? 



  1. look jared! its me! Im so cute.
    i dont have to comment about the post, cause im so cute. and you did say it was rhetorical and all. did I mention I was cute?

    Comment by Kitty — 06/05/25 @ 2:50 am

  2. I suppose that’s fair; no one has to actually comment, but I guess you especially don’t ^_^

    Comment by Jared — 06/05/25 @ 5:50 am

  3. Jaded answer: because there’s too much money in corruption, so the government only tries to avoid appearing corrupt.

    Comment by Matt Spong — 06/05/25 @ 9:45 am

  4. Yeah, but the founders went to so much effort in what seems to be an attempt to reduce corruption, and harness what corruption we can’t reduce. This would have been simple to add to either the judicial or executive’s powers; why not have the judicial branch form and oversee a group to do it?

    Comment by Jared — 06/05/25 @ 10:39 am

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