Finally, government that's being run like a business.
I refer to the fact that members of Congress are now exempt from full body scanners and "enhanced pat-downs", as evidence by Man of the People, John Boehner eschewing the messiness on a recent trip home to Ohio.
According to a New York Times article: "As he left Washington on Friday, Mr. Boehner headed across the Potomac River to Reagan National Airport, which was bustling with afternoon travelers. But there was no waiting in line for Mr. Boehner, who was escorted around the metal detectors and body scanners, and taken directly to the gate."
As with any business, the bosses are always exempt from the rules they impose on others.
So, isn't it reassuring and refreshing to bring that efficiency from private enterprise to work in the stale corridors of government?