November 2012: Referendum on Big Govt in America

Make no mistake. This coming election will be nothing more nor less than our national referendum on big government. Do we want the government to continue to become bigger and more powerful? Or do we want to roll it back to something like what the Founders had in mind?

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The choice is simple.

If you think Big Government is a benevolent nanny, like Mary Poppins, then vote Democrat.

But if you agree with Gerald Ford, that “A government big enough to give you everything you need, is a government big enough to take away everything that you have,” then vote Republican.

YOU vote it how YOU see it and let the majority choose our nation’s future.

Note:  The quote above is often attributed to Thomas Jefferson, but at the Monticello site, it says: “We have never found such a statement in Jefferson’s writings. As far as we know, this statement actually originates with Gerald R. Ford, who said [it] in an address to a joint session of Congress on August 12, 1974.” http://www.monticello.org/site/jefferson/government-big-enough-to-give-you-everything-you-wantquotation

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