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Government is a necessary evil, but it is finding more ways to be evil than necessary.
Meddling in things that are none of its business
The Federal government has become a bigger burden on the taxpayers than necessary.
The Federal Government was not supposed to be this powerful.
The Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution to limit the size and power of the Federal government.
If Americans would just stop making excuses for ourselves
And start accepting personal responsibility for our lives again
Then we could pass on the blessings of freedom to our children and our grandchildren.
Our freedom rests on two things... limited government and personal responsibility
Without limited government and personal responsibility we cannot hope to remain free for long.
Therefore we must stop the Federal government from getting bigger
Or our children will not be able to enjoy the freedoms that we have known.
If we follow the Constitution as the Founding Fathers intended
Then we will return the Federal government back to being just a necessary evil in our lives.
Then we can extend the blessings of liberty to the next generation of Americans.
That should be our great objective...
To bring the Federal Government back into compliance with the Constitution...
And to make Washington less necessary and a lot less evil than it is today.
~ Editor ~
Among those who deserve my continuing gratitude are
Kay Sellati, Shannon Barnard, and Kelly Hodsdon.
And thanks to anyone else who has helped me along the way too.