Richard Snowden's revelation of a government program that can track or listen to every phone call made has caused true Obama believers to wonder what they signed on for?
Typically Obama believers have banked on the president taking care of the little guy and reigning in the power of big business.
I hear more callers daily, of the young variety, who are disillusioned with the Obama machine. GSA with a vacation in Vegas, IRS with a vacation in California, which we are un-sure of the cost because they can't locate the receipts, Benghazi, tracking reporters phone calls, calling Fox News' James Rosen a possible threat to security. It just keeps coming.
I am not so up-set about the whistle blower-Snoden, as I am about the expansion of government. Apparently a GSA with too much money, an IRS spending tax payer dollars on a Star Trek Video,in essence out of touch with their customers.
This all points to one axiom, government has to be downsized. Every time our government says no to the creation of a new program consider it a victory.
As in your own world it's easy to sign up for the coffee of the month club, or Net Flicks but often you forget to cancel. Big government must be downsized weekly and yearly.
Who can argue with that premise? Yet it doesn't happen, so I must preach daily, do for your friends and family and vote for a congressman who longs to see his or her office staff shrink.
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