Yes, you read that right.
Rare reported last week that, according to the Government Accountability Office, the feds' self-evaluations concluded that fully 99 percent of rank-and-file federal workers are “fully successful,” “exceeds fully successful,” or “outstanding.”
Higher-ranking employees fared just as well, as less than 1 percent of those evaluated were deemed (or deemed themselves) “minimally successful” or “unsuccessful” at their jobs:
The American people have a different perspective. Just last year, Americans' satisfaction with federal services hit a new low -- 63.9 percent in 2015. But our federal officials and employees are so out of touch, they seem to have no problem rating themselves as almost entirely successful.
There's a huge gap between our "leaders" in D.C. and the people they purport to serve, and the best way to close that gap is via an Article V Convention of States. A Convention of States can propose constitutional amendments that remove power from the feds and return it to the states and the people, forcing federal officials to gain the approval of We the People before advancing their agendas.