There's nothing sacrosanct about the status quo. The establishment does not preside by divine right and the rules by which we are governed are not set in stone. If we’re not happy with the people governing us we can vote for the candidate of another party. But we’re powerless to change the way we're governed because our choices are limited to a political elite that has an interest in maintaining the status quo.
Ordinary People represents a fundamental constitutional choice. It's a choice between more ineptitude, political expediency and corruption, or the opportunity of an innovative, enlightened, participatory democracy. It's a choice between 'taxi-for-hire' careerist politicians working for the corporate interests that finance their election campaigns, or ordinary people working intelligently and efficiently for the common good.