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The Greater of Evils

MoreFreedom Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 10:41 AM
While Jacob is right that presidential candidates promise less, then deliver more government. But we should look at their records, not their words, for what they are really promising. Every one of these candidates increased government prior to their presidency. The same goes for the party infrastructure. What's going on, is politicians know they can lie (thanks to a compliant media that supports more government) and do so to get votes. Then to fatten their wallets and the bank account of the party, they start selling government favors for campaign cash and other favors. Government has become criminal, which is contrary to government's purpose to protect our lives and liberty.

November 4, 2012

President Barack Obama is on Tuesday’s ballot, seeking four more years as president of the United States. Like many Americans, I find that prospect deeply troubling — downright scary.

Some say the nation cannot survive another four years of Mr. Obama. Though that belief probably underestimates our resilience as a people, there is something about the Obama Administration that I find more frightening than the menacing administrations of presidents past.

Weeks ago, a friend suggested that we American voters have simply received the government for which we have...