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Freedom of choice or government entitlements and regulations?


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Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) says

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    Mike Russo (peoplepower73) 4 years ago

    What is the connection between corporations and entitlements? Can you give me some examples?


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Linda Crist (lrc7815) says

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    Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) 4 years ago

    Amen!


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My Esoteric says

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    Mike Russo (peoplepower73) 4 years ago

    I like the way you think and write.


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Tony Lawrence (Pcunix) says

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    Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) 4 years ago

    Sieg heil!


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Graham Gifford (alifeofdesign) says

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    Attikos 4 years ago

    Au contraire, the founders went to great lengths to assure that there could be no strong governing body of the United States. They built checks and balances six ways from Sunday. Their system has been largely dismantled, and that is a problem for us.


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thecollecktor says

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    KK Trainor 4 years ago

    So true and nicely put!


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TIMETRAVELER2 says

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    SportsBetter 4 years ago

    Medicare might sound good, but it actually pushed medical costs up because govt had to inflate to pay for it.This is why so many ppl can't afford healthcare.Before ppl were able to afford costs because prices were low.It causes more harm than good.


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Living Well Now says

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    Attikos 4 years ago

    Silly, unconstitutional, bettor or better? Talk about loaded ...


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Christiano Odhiambo (laptopfinger) says

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    Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) 4 years ago

    And small government can do that quite nicely. Municipal, county, state governments doing the heavy lifting while a nimble national government sets the stage for our liberty. Too bad America has lost that.


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Johnathan L Groom says

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    SportsBetter 4 years ago

    I wanted it to be vague.


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WD Curry 111 says

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    SportsBetter 4 years ago

    The free market offers viable solutions, not government. No one asked you to answer the question.


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William Thomas (wingedcentaur) says

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    SportsBetter 4 years ago

    If the government wasn't involved in healthcare, as they have been for the last 40yrs, prices wouldn't be so high and there would be more competition.Obamacare will raise costs more, and Govt won't have enough money to pay for it. Then inflate.


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Attikos says

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    thecollecktor 4 years ago

    The Constitution isn't dead. It is the people who have become complacent in their understanding of freedom which now has a cost of enslavement and eventual death of a free people.


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grinnin1 says

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    stanwshura 4 years ago

    I wonder why so many rich reds (not saying you're rich or accusing you of being conservative) never remember "..and FOR the people". There it is in black and white/ those on the left are in the right!


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Old Empresario says

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    SportsBetter 4 years ago

    I hear if you make over 120,000 a year you don't have to pay into social security.

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