Skip to comments.The Government Car Buying Program: An Analogy
Posted on 11/10/2010 3:42:05 PM PST by aaronopine
Imagine for a moment the government determines owning a late model automobile is the right of every American (actually, this isnt too hard to imagine). Congress and the President rationalize that it isnt fair for only a small percentage of the population to afford a new car. They believe it is their prerogative to introduce and pass legislation establishing a government car-buying program to grant every American the right to own a new car. Further, they defend their position by asserting the Founding Fathers couldnt have even dreamt of modern automobiles when they wrote the Bill of Rights; if they had, they most certainly would have included the right to own a new car. Moreover, the constitution calls on the Feds to support the general welfare of the populous and a new car is most assuredly necessary for the general welfare.
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