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  • Governmental Trust Misplaced

    Trust in the US government would be sadly misplaced. American citizens have watched firsthand how a dictator is capable of lying about a health care plan and strong-arming even determined opponents into voting for that plan. Any American who believes that this is the only morally reprehensible act Obama has committed during his tenure in office is a fool.

  • Are you kidding me?

    God knows what the Gov. is doing behind our backs. I don't understand why people would trust the Government h h h h h h h h h y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y

  • If this refers to the American government, then NO!

    And no American should. That is the very foundation of our governing system. Our system was founded on the principle that government is inherently untrustworthy and dangerous. For these reasons the Founders worked very diligently to produce a Constitution which reflected these values AND limited the scope and authority of government. Over time, the American government has managed to wrangle its way to increased power and authority. It has now reached the point where the government feels it is necessary to meddle in every aspect of our lives.
    But, beyond that, it has been proven time and again that the government cannot be trusted. Scandal after scandal has plagued our government on the Federal, State and local levels for the past several decades. They have been caught encroaching on our liberties and freedoms, violating our civil and Constitutional rights and displaying a general disregard for those whom they are supposed to represent.
    If you haven't noticed this pattern, then you are paying too much attention to your television set and not enough to the world around you.

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