According to Alternative FCC inspector Ken Benner, any engineer will likely agree that the solution to most problems is 95% identifying it, and 5% fixing it. Should President-Elect Donald Trump decide to drain the “Congressional swamp,” Benner believes it will solve nothing and only create another swamp. Here are his thoughts on what the Trump administration — and FCC point persons Mark Jamison and Jeff Eisenach — should consider to help drain the muck from the environs surrounding the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers.
How does one fix the problem of how to best drain the political swamp that has plagued Washington, D.C.?
The answer is obvious: Create smaller, easier to address swamps.