It seems to me that the surveillance state is backwards, that we ought to have our surveillance technology trained not on the citizens, but on the government. Twenty-four hours a day.
Maybe some arrangement could be made for brief periods of privacy (in shielded room, etc.), but to keep it simple let's say "24/7" streaming video on every member of Congress, the federal judiciary and the executive, including cabinet officials.
No more secret negotiations, no secret deals, no secret strategies. If you don't like it, don't seek or accept government office.
Of course there would be a thousand ways to get around the intent of such a plan, there are other problems with it, it would never work and the whole idea is probably ridiculous.
Or is it?
Hillary Clinton is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I've ever known in my life.