In print: Debate should be over pace of reduction

I’ll give Susan Parker credit for changing the title (I like hers better) but otherwise pretty much leaving the piece alone. This is in today’s Daily Times.

As I write this on the eve of President Obama’s State of the Union address, it’s anticipated he’ll talk about competitiveness and investment as vehicles to get our moribund economy going. Some Congressmen will stand and applaud particular lines while it’s likely the majority will sit on their collective hands because they disagree.

Yet all of the posturing misses the point which the State of the Union address always seems to convey – the solutions to those things which ail us generally lie in adopting a larger, more oppressive government.

(continued at delmarvanow.com…)

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One Response to “In print: Debate should be over pace of reduction”

  1. John J. Walters on January 26th, 2011 11:18 am

    Great article — I couldn’t agree more with your ideal two-party system of both groups working to reduce the size and scope of the government but one leading the charge. It may be a dream, but it’s a good one.

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