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    Big government is bad for everyone

    In an unparalleled show of patriotism, the House and the Senate have agreed: they love their freedom. It’s the individual’s freedom to succeed or fail that made this Country great. U.S. Citizens have more opportunity to conduct free enterprise than any other country on earth. Our politico-economic System is not perfect, but it’s miles ahead of whatever’s next. We’re the biggest and the best, so please, don’t forget it.

    So which one of the Presidential Candidates will allow the Citizens of the United States an opportunity to succeed with minimal government interference? Romney says he will reduce the size of government; Obama wants to increase it. That’s it; that’s the bottom line. Nothing else really matters to our futures. Not at this time in our history. Every other issue pales by comparison. It’s not health care, war, federal deficit, women’s rights, taxes, climate change, religion, education, immigration or any other very important issue.  The single most important issue is this: Big government is bad. If this problem isn’t solved our country will die. Period.

    Which candidate will give you the most personal freedoms in your lifetime? You decide.

    Joe Bunton

    Fort Collins, CO

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