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  • toray99 toray99 Aug 18, 2010 8:57 AM Flag


    Excessive government intervention [which] not only limits individual freedoms, [but also] stifles entrepreneurial creativity and job creation, locks the poor into a lifetime of dependency and poverty, and limits the ability of hard-working Americans to enjoy upward mobility.

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    • NASA, to the tune of Billions of $$$, created a welfare state that stifled creativity, created employment and made 1000's of people dependent on it.

      I guess you're right.

      Luckily, we've come to our senses and we are about to put an end to that nanny state.

    • I can think of LMT bailout as a successful government intervention that did not limits individual freedoms, and resulted in job creation.

      Corporations today often are so big that the market is not efficient. Government interventions are necessary though not preferred.

    • SO you want no govt intervention, shutting down the CDC, the FAA, Police & Fire Depts, removing smog & safety devises from cars, the Border Patrol, the armed forces, schools, libraries and other govt entities or will you cherry pick the agencies only you like and throw the rest under the bus, along with the public.

      You sound just like that "C" word ex-governor from Alaska that screwed the pooch and grandpa McCain when she ran for VP.

      A shoot from the lip mentally challenged wannabe.

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