I don't want a bumpstock, the fact you think I do proves you don't read well. My point isn't that bumpstocks are legal or illegal, my problem is that they were declared legal by unelected bureaucrats. Even though full auto weapons were banned nearly a century ago.And who would want that weapon? For what purpose? And people are elected, who place people into roles, and these agencies have to adhere to rules and laws. These rules and alws are ususally pushed by people not in government. People who lobby and push elected officials. The government doesn't usually do this compeltely on their own. You have to know how this works.
When the colonies began to complain about paying direct taxes without representation in Parliament, defenders of that system claimed the colonists had de facto representation. You are making the same case here. Also, those agencies don't have to adhere to "rules and laws" because they make the "rules and laws" without the consent of the people.