Advocating for Limited  Government - Less Gov Is The Best

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Government has always been a necessary evil.
But in the last century government has become more than just that.
By meddling in things that are unnecessary, our government has become an unnecessarily great evil.
If there is anything that should not be great, it is government.
Honor is great to behold. Freedom is great to enjoy, and God is greatly to be praised.
But our Founding Fathers knew that the Federal Government should be kept small.
That is why they limited its powers.

All Americans have to stop making excuses for ourselves.
We have to start accepting personal responsibility for our lives.
We must stop making the government greater than it needs to be.
And we must recommit ourselves to following the Constitution the way it was meant to be.
We must return our government to being just a necessary evil once again in our lives.
That should be the goal of the American people for the next quarter century...
To return our Federal Government to being just the necessary evil that it was meant to be in our lives.

~ Editor ~

Among those who deserve my continuing gratitude are
Kay Sellati, Susie Sampson, Shannon Barnard, and Kelly Hodsdon.
And thanks to anyone else who has helped me in the past too.