Fiscal Responsibility (click here)

by Chris | April 26th, 2009

Government at all levels must learn to live within its means. To saddle future generations with the crushing burden of our excess spending is unconscionable.

Increasing the scope and size of our government only increases its need.  Increased governmental need can only be resolved by increased taxes and/or national debt since the government does not generate income.

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