Sunday, March 18, 2012

Democrats oppose representative government

In a constitutional republic, the elected officials are there to represent the people who elected them.  Elected officials are not there to coerce or force the public to act against their own interests or the natural course in which they wish to live their lives.  But if you evaluate the Obama regime, one can't but help and notice that every aspect of our current federal government is based upon forcing people to do what they don't want to do.  Some examples include:

  • Forcing Americans to buy light bulbs that they don't want to purchase.
  • Forcing Americans to buy health insurance--whether they want to or not
  • Subsidizing cars that Americans are not interested in purchasing (the Volt is a good example)
This is not the America we know. And November, we have the opportunity to right these wrongs.

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