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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Now, a brief word from the drab rumpled blazer, and tieless blue oxford shirt.
Rick, forgot to clearly state his main premise of the Big C - crony capitalism.
OABTW, Governerd, I will allow you to call this taxpaying citizen a "customer" when I have the choice of not having my money taken by force, and the option of spending it on a better value than your intrusive, growing government bureaucracy dependent upon more coercion.
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By JGillman, Section News
A last note before something bad that could happen.
If the Michigan State Senate passes the expansion of Medicaid today as the naive in the house did last Thursday, its going to be a toss them all out rout in 2014.
We have attempted to repeatedly remind readers that without the power to give your money to others, there would be little if any corruption in Government. Power feeds itself at your expense. Joan Fabiano at Grassroots maps only a little of what is going on when elected officials have the authority to direct your actions through financial pain or mandate. If you think that is where it ends, then go turn on Fox, and start the drool rolling out of the left lip. There isn't enough manpower to follow the dinners, the relatives, the jobs afterward, the bankrolling of personal interests, etc.
And there isn't enough web space available to explain the infinite reasons why some folks cannot recognize the destructive influence of 'compassionate' government policy.
"Build it, and they will come"And they will never leave.
Until we are completely broken.
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