Wednesday, October 27, 2010


If you want to see what an America run along the lines of unadulterated liberalism would look like, just take a gander at Detroit and San Francisco.

I’m fine with individual liberals screwing up their own lives, if that’s what they want to do. The problem is, they manage to screw up everybody else’s, too. That’s why defeating people like Barbara Boxer and Barney Frank and a host of other political parasites is so important. Whether it’s a senator representing an entire state, or a congressman representing a district, these people make decisions and cast votes practically every day that are undermining the economic and physical security of the whole country. I didn’t vote for them, you probably didn’t vote for them. Their home-state residences may be thousands of miles from where you and I live. And yet we all feel the impact of their exercise of power.

Another reason to restore the 10th Amendment to its rightful place as a buffer between the national government and the states.

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