When someone loses their job at most companies, former employees are escorted from their office to the door. This is common sense: the fired person could do damage or harm to the organization.
But do our legislatures do this? No. Should they? Yes.
To have a lame duck session probably used to be not a critical situation, but allowed those leaving to have an easy withdrawal and exit.
I'm guessing at one time our political parties had similar best intentions for our county, just different ideas for the good of our country. However, the Democrats for the past 100 years have been trying to undermine America and everything that has made America a place of refuge and opportunity for the world.
A lot of destructive laws, measures and dictates have been inflicted on America and Americans by these lame duck Democrats at the state and federal levels by them passing the very measures they were ousted over.
Illinois would be a better state if the lame duck laws were voided. The country as a whole would be a better place with all federal lame duck laws voided.
Think I'm wrong? Look what the departing Clinton staff did, how they trashed the White House prior to George W. Bush taking up residence. These Democrats trashed our house. The press covered it up and the Republicans did not make a big deal of the departing Democrats' disrespect for America.
Don't let the lame ducks destroy America on their way out.
Adrian P. Heuermann