If Parks and Recreation is positioning itself as a kind of parable for national politics, its clear distinction between the parameters of corporate and public power, so blurred in today’s laws and practices, makes it painfully obvious that much of what we consider commonplace in today’s political scene is not just morally unsound, but truly anti-republican and anti-democratic.
Despite their proven failure and immense public unpopularity, conservatives emboldened by Republican victories in the 2010 midterm elections have brought vouchers back with a vengeance.
“Why do you like this? Why do you want to see this hot girl’s boobs and then see her torn apart by redneck zombies to punish her for showing her boobs? Why are you getting off on all this pain and suffering?!”