Reed went on to say that doing so could result in closing many government offices (a Democrat calling for smaller government?) and could be a project for the government to work on in conjunction with the private sector.
But best of all, Reed said, “no one will ever have to stand in line again.”
Nearly 20 years later, tell that to people in the waiting area at the Social Security Administration office …
And, as illustrated by this graph, if there was an effort to shrink the size of the government the reverse occurred: