Saturday, November 21, 2009

Big Change, Small Package

Legislating choice is an oxymoron, but that's what our congress is trying to do.

What's the big deal about a 2,000 page bill that deals with a complex system of health care and insurance?

The democrats in congress clearly think bigger is better. The latest bill is over 2000 pages and nearly impossible to understand. If you question the waste of government, ask yourself why they make things so complicated that it needs a team of highly paid lawyers to interpret. In the end, even the people who supposedly wrote the bill have no idea what side-affects will result from its implementation.

Size doesn't matter.

The original United States Constitution was about 4 pages. On top of that, the average person could understand what the document said with relatively little help.

4 pages changed the course of the entire globe and has shaped the globe for over 200 years. The United States constitution set out to protect EVERY individual from one of the most destructive forces in history...government.

When individuals are the priority, the solution becomes very clear. It seems that our leading democrats have put the needs of a few over the needs of the many; this has never worked in the past.

More pages, more cost, more waste.

Less government simply means more choice, less waste, more freedom.

Call your congressman and speak your mind.

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