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How Much Government Do We Need?
| Daniel Son
Posted on 03/07/2006 6:52:40 AM PST by dson7_ck1249
In the long run, the battle to make America safer is part of a larger causethe battle to make the free world safer and, indeed, to make the whole world freer. Victory will come only if representative government prevails, because freedom is the one force strong enough to stop tyranny and terror.
In our modern day and age, America appears to have forgotten the guiding principles that have led her thus far. Getting America Right offers not a revolutionary, novel solution, but an answer that is as old as America herselfa conservative one...
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we need so much less government than what we have now its enough to make a person CRY!
The less government means people actually learn to think and do for themselves. It increases intelligence and you get to keep more of your money!
posted on 03/07/2006 7:54:07 AM PST
much much less than we currently have, and that's from someone who works for Uncle Sam.
posted on 03/08/2006 12:37:45 AM PST
( You can't spell Liberal without L, I, E. There is no middle ground between right and wrong)
Halving the Federal Government would be a great start, even that may be to big of a government.
posted on 03/08/2006 12:39:53 AM PST
(Beware the Democratic party has been over run by CRAB PEOPLE!)
Feulner and Wilson present an idea that is ancient but seems revolutionary simply because it has been forgotten: the notion that the responsibility for our homes, our children, our society and ultimately our nation rests in our hands, not in Washington, not in Congress and not in any other bureaucracy that looms over the individual.
Why do I smell peanuts? Oh, because there's an elephant in the room! Add to this laudable list that the responsibility for other countries to become democracies rests in their hands.
posted on 03/08/2006 12:56:44 AM PST
(Isolationism has never been tried!)
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