Frank: Democrats want to “increase the role of government”

October 27, 2009 at 9:39 pm 1 comment

Barney Frank says the Democrats are “trying on every front to increase the role of government in the regulatory area.”

Think about this. In extreme cases, China regulates how many children you can have and Cuba regulates travel. What will America regulate?

But Frank also says the Republicans messed everything up. However, I don’t buy into the two party system. Both parties are incompetent and corrupt. Both are filled with so-called “career politicians” that have been involved in politics their whole life and therefore don’t know how the economy functions in reality, not just on paper.

The regulations are what got us into this mess. If we had let the free market work itself, we would have been in great shape. But instead we regulate anything and everything.


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  • 1. Jonathan  |  October 27, 2009 at 9:59 pm

    Both parties certainly are fouled up. One moreso than the other though. I’d rather vote republican any day. That said, even they for the most part don’t stand up for liberty. The one exception being Ron Paul. Libertarians get most things right, but I don’t really care for their underlying philosophy. Anyway, you just gotta do what you can. That’s to vote the right people into office and hope that they stand up for the values they claim to hold.


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