Many people have a system for something-they can have one at work, or at home. It likely helps them accomplish some sort of task.
However, bureaucracy also has its systems. Government bureaucracy, and even other bureaucratic types have their systems. Some are merely annoying. Some can be debilitating, some can be dangerous, while others can be devastating.
Allow me to offer a comparison of how two "systems" can cause harm.
I am a University of Michigan Wolverine football fan. This year, their new coach, Rich Rodriquez, has the Wolverines running what is called a "spread offense", which differs from that the team is used to running, and what the athletes were recruited to run.
This year, the Wolverines have a 3-8 record, with one game remaining. The Michigan Wolverines have the best record in the history of NCAA football, but their program is in chaos because of Rodriguez' "system". This season, they have the worst record in their history, and their record streak of 32 straight years with a bowl game birth has been snapped. He could, and should have been coaching a "traditional" offense, so the athletes could have been successful. Not this coach. It was his "system" or nothing-the record does not matter to him. His athletes are demoralized, and play like it. To this type of bureaucrat, the end result means nothing, as long as he is in charge, and everyone is doing things the way he wants, regardless of the consequences.
Of course, until this coach is fired, which will likely come soon, I hope!!
Michigan's bureaucrats have another "system", the family law court system.
What can be more devastating to the state of Michigan than destroying its families and tearing children from their parents? On top of that, Michigan is PAID to do it, by the federal government.
The result here-federal incentives under Social Security Title IV-D, totalling BILLIONS of dollars are paid to each state, to forcibly remove a child from the life of one of his or her parents simply because the parents divorce.
After all, the bureaucrats only care about the system, and those it benefits.
They don't care about the system's victims.
All of the bureaucrats responsible for the continuance of Michigan's family law court system cannot be fired. Sure, you can vote many, or even most of them out of office, but their replacements will do the same things, resulting in the same devastation of our families and the lives of our children.
Changing the laws, and prohibiting the bureaucrats from continuing this is the only way to stop it.
EVERY DAY in Michigan, more children are forcibly removed from one of their parent's lives, and your elected officials only care about the federal dollars that roll in as their reward, and that the system continues to operate as it is.....
A FATHER OF TWO
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