I realize that, in today’s political climate, allowing some appointees to “burrow” might not seem like a good idea. However, over the years, Presidential appointments have usually been appropriate and many appointees have been well qualified for their positions. Not allowing them to get a Federal job for two years would seem unduly harsh. Instead, he bill should be modified as follows. A better solution would be to require a review of any appointee’s move into a permanent federal job before they are allowed to move. The review should conducted by a bi-partisan Committee made up of an equal number of Republican and Democratic Senators. Further, a majority vote should be required to successfully pass that review. The committee should meet no more often than quarterly. It can meet less often. The appointee must be voted on before they can move into the permanent position. Finally, the appointee should lose their appointed position should they fail to achieve a majority vote and be unable to take a permanent position.