Politics and hot air-balloons have a lot in common.
At least the hot-air balloon actually has a use.
Republican State Rep. Knute Buehler is wanting to propose a "rapid-improvement team" to fix the utter broken foster care system in Oregon, however reported that has not selected a bill to amend but "several could be used:.
This also comes after he wants wants to increase cigarette to help pay for the the team, which he plans on adding 270 more "child welfare members".
Also, it just so happens that Buehler is running for the governer position n the state, so here come the promises the use of "buzzwords" to drum up emotions from the citizens.
About the only thing truthful on the report from this story out or Oregon is the fact that staff members from child welfare services face "bullying" and "intimidation" from agency leaders.
So instead of going after the leaders that are using the agencies for capital gain, and forcing out anyone within the organization that actually care about children, Buehler just wants to throw money at them and see if it works out.
Unless this rapid-improvement team has the power to unseat high authority members of these organizations, it will have zero effect and be lost in the ever increasing bureaucracy off of the backs of hard working Americans.
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