Monday, October 25, 2010

Government Doesn't Suck March

It's not as catchy as the Rally to Restore Sanity, but there's no subtlety in that title.

Ed O'Keefe's blogging:
Organizers of the "Government Doesn't Suck March" (their choice of words, not ours) were inspired in part by last week's Washington Post poll that revealed widespread negative perceptions of federal workers.

"We hear it day in and day out: the government sucks, federal employees are lazy and their positions are redundant," said march organizer Steve Ressler, founder of GovLoop, a social networking Web site for public servants.
Steve Ressler
Steve Ressler, center, chats with fellow federal workers at a recent conference. (Katherine Frey/Post)

"It's time to turn the tables and remind the world that government employees just happen to be people -- people that don't suck," Ressler said in a message sent to The Federal Eye on Sunday announcing the march. Government workers "are a lot of cool cats" who work hard, listen to good music and watch Stewart's "The Daily Show," "but that's all after they've spent a whole day keeping the country running," he said.
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