ALL social issues should be taken out of the federal government’s hands. Paul is right. Or we could just go on fighting about it forever and screwing with a tax code already so fouled up it will never be fixed.
You cannot separate social policy from fiscal policy....that’s what allowed the government to grow into the leviathan that it is today.
“ALL social issues should be taken out of the federal governments hands. Paul is right. Or we could just go on fighting about it forever and screwing with a tax code already so fouled up it will never be fixed.”
There is an extremely simple understanding that should be passed on to those too lasy to bother to read the Federal Constitution:
If we cannot agree in Washington it should be left to the States. If we cannot agree in our state house it should be left to the local government. If we cannot agree there it should be left to the family.
Government on every issue is by no means indispensable. Men & women are perfectly capable of govern themselves by the rules of nature on almost every matter of life. No better proof of this fact can be more easily found than to observe in history that we have before governed ourselfs on the matters.
It is the objection of every party arguing for change that the method of self-government is imperfect just as it is the shortsightedness of every party to fail to see the imperfections of their own preferred method.
Let us agree to disagree, and to live by the resulting rules of mutual respect for each-others right to self-government.
then who decies on the divorce issues, who gets the kids
quite nice saying Govt get ut but when you think about things then it doens;t really work like that
hell even with the founders they had meetings and the leaders of that community the local Govt settled things
Well I wouldn't phrase it quite like that. People will get confused.
But yes the federal government should not be involved with marriage. They should not have any powers as not specifically mentioned in the Constitution.
"Powers not granted to the federal government by the Constitution, nor prohibited to the States, are reserved to the States or the people".