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Rock'n chair Rambler  
Over Taxed, TX  
December 9, 2011 4:01pm
"The government seems to run the military just fine, why not privatize that?"

Well, that's debatable, considering the tremendous waste in the military and the fact that Obama has now thoroughly ruined it pandering to the homo agenda. I think the fact that we have been in Afturdistan for 10 years and canít even beat the Taliban, speaks a great deal about how well the military is being run by this government.

But, at least the military is constitutional. Welfare is not. Free medical is not.

"How's the sewer and interstate working for you?"

My septic system is working just fine. I don't have a problem with the government building roads, as I have said many times. I have a problem when they can't seem to do it without wasting tax dollars on unnecessary boondoggle pork projects and social agenda driven polices, as with all government programs.

"So you'd rather enrich an insurance than provide free health care coverage for everyone?"

Aside from the fact that it would be unconstitutional, where do you propose we get the money to pay for all this free healthcare? Rich people? The tooth fairy? Do you not realize how many people work in the insurance industry? Do you really think the "rich" can pay for all of their welfare and healthcare if they were suddenly forced on unemployment? And do you really believe that the government could run a healthcare system any better than it runs anything else? Have you not heard about the tremendous waste and fraud in Medicare alone? Itís broke, by the way.

You liberals scream bloody murder about all the jobs that will be lost if we shut down a few wasteful government agencies, but you would GLADLY destroy the insurance industry without a thought about all those jobs.

"Stop listening to that Fat-head Douche Limbaugh and think for yourself."

I generally have already formed my opinion before he ever says it. He could be listening to me.

"We're the ONLY modern nation not on a single-payer system"

Thank God for that. We also are the only country that I know of that has a constitutional right to keep and bear arms. I think there is a pattern here.
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