If elected, you will be bound by contract to act as no more than proxy for our district by voting on bills only as do online verified voters, and by introducing and sponsoring bills only through significant support.
Seems like an attempt to bring the Town Meeting model to Congress, complete with spotty and unpredictable voter participation (but without any face-to-face political discourse). Last year, there were 1,186 roll call votes in the US House. If FreeGovernment prevails, the responsible voters of the 8th District might as well cancel their cable TV because they'll be too busy researching bills.
Or, like members of Congress, voters could hire staffers to do research for them. In fact, a bunch of voters (say, 150,000 of them) could all get together and hire an assistant to help them decide what directions they should give to their proxy member of Congress.