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Let’s keep the vanities to a minimum, ok?
Skip to comments.What is the "Proper Size" of the US Federal Government?
Posted on 11/10/2011 10:01:32 AM PST by Graewoulf
John "Never-met-a-bank-that-should-not-be-made-smaller" Huntsman in last night's CNBC debate made a solid case for "properly sized banks." Perry strengthened John-the-Bank-Hunter's plan by saying: "If you are to big to fail, you are just to big."
Both Presidential Candidates were borrowing heavily from the Former Head-of-the-Fed, High Poo Bah, Renowned Socialist, and Inventor of the Current Intellectual basis for Banks, and Governments Worldwide, the Ultimate Socialist Safety Net/ Hammock: TO BIG TO FAIL.
Yes indeedy! If you stumble we will catch you! If you even "feel" you MIGHT stumble we will give you green pillows stuffed full of a never-ending supply of US Dollars!
Well, so far those who voted in the damned TARP tax, (ALL overspending is a tax, whether you pay or your grandchildren pay), released a flood of red ink spending by the US Federal Government, and a 14.8 TRILLION Dollar National Debt, so far!
This past fiscal year the US Federal Government overspent by 56.5 % , ( 1.3T$ with 2.3T$ income). Should the pay and other benefits of elected Federal politicians be cut this year by 56.5 % ?
The US Federal Government IS to big to fail, or is it? Perhaps The US Federal Government is to big to SUCCEED? Just what IS the "proper size" of the US Federal Government? If America is to succeed, can we afford to have a US Federal Government that is of the current size?
Up size, same size, down size, or right size, it is our choice America, what say you?
Re-Set Federal Government size to 1845.
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