Part of the problem, or part of the solution..?

Stolen from a Facebook Friend, Bret Rogers;

If you believe you’re oppressed, but you vote for bigger government, then you don’t deserve any sympathy whatsoever. You’re putting your own chains on you.

If you’re dissatisfied with how social security has been managed by the politicians you elected to office, but you expect your kids to fix it for you, then you’re handing the problem you perpetuated to your children.

If, on one hand, you think electing a single person can fix all of this but on the other you say you believe in the country as founded, then it seems you might not understand that the country as founded cast off the notion of a king.

Government is never the solution. It won’t fix “oppression.” It creates oppression.

It won’t fix social security. The only way to “fix” social security is to take more money from your children.

Allowing the consolidation of power to a single person won’t fix anything. It will invite tyranny because no one should be trusted with that much power.

Government is never the solution.


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