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As these services that are overseen and overburdened by government interference are given back to the people, the government will tax less, leaving people with their own hard earned money in their pockets . The only thing that can bring us out of this recession is consumer spending, not government 'priming the pump' as government is always inefficient and should not be in the game of picking winners and losers in the economy. The people can decide for themselves what products and services work best for them in their own lives cialis.
The Keynesian method of economics, which is founded upon principals of government control over the flow of money, has led to much false growth in our society at the expense of our children's future through the burden of debt. Government has borrowed on the backs of our children in order to pretend to provide you with things that we already do all the work to provide ourselves generic cialis. All that has really flourished under these conditions is government power and control in our lives and only perpetuates more government control viagra.
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Government should not be in the business of healthcare. Whatever government becomes involved with the net result is an absolute loss of competiveness cialis. Competition is what gives us the best products at the cheapest cost viagra deals. With government the opposite is true; we get the bare minimum at the highest cost cialis dosage. With government there is zero competition, so there is no incentive to be the best cialis. With government there is no consideration given to pricing since there is, from their perspective, an endless supply of money (tax you - borrow on your behalf and make you pay it back in taxes - or in the case of the Federal Government just print it and make you pay for it in taxes). Either way it happens, it is still us spending the money, and it is still real people that provide the service. There is no magical exchange that takes place because the government is the one controlling the transaction; it is still you and I exchanging services for currency and vice versa.
Currently Government takes your money and then gives it back to you in the form of services, Healthcare being one of them. During the process of procuring your money (taxes) and giving it back to you (in this instance; healthcare), the government takes a cut off the top to provide us parts of the service that we can easily provide for ourselves; the choice of where we receive our healthcare from. That’s all they do, it is still people providing the service and it is still our own hard earned money that provides the incentive. It is time we fire the middle man that only drives up the cost and lowers the quality of service.
Nothing is more important to our lives than our health. If we lose that, we essentially have nothing. Right now many Marylanders do not have access to healthcare, of which I am one.
And if we give government the power of providing us with that healthcare, eventually none of us will have it. We are already going bankrupt as a nation and the state will soon follow as the middle class is taxed in to poverty. Who will pay for it then?
It’s time to make the right decision. It’s time to take control of our lives and our health. It’s time to get government out of our personal choices.
Under my administration, Marylanders will NOT be forced to purchase compulsory healthcare through an unconstitutional federal mandate.
I will not violate the anonymity or privacy of law abiding citizens in order to apprehend anyone here illegally. To specify further, I am opposed to National ID or Real ID which is nothing short of a cataloguing of our citizens, stripping them of their right to privacy.
There is a much better solution; cut the incentive. People immigrated for centuries to this country because it was once a bastion of freedom, now people illegally immigrate here because it is a basket of goodies. If you knew you could get free health care and education on the dime of another person without your contribution, who wouldn’t sign up for a deal like that?
Unfortunately we are the people who have to pay the tab, for the illegal’s and other citizens who should not only have to, but should be allowed the freedom of paying their own way and deciding what goods and services they wish to purchase with their hard earned money.
The government should not clothe, feed, house us and dictate our needs cradle to grave. These are services that we already provide for ourselves. Government simply steps in to tell us what kind of services they think we should have at the expense of our hard earned money, with them taking a cut off the top as their fee for making up our minds for us.
This makes no sense.
Let’s get the government out of the business of robbing us of our freedom of choice under the guise of providing us with ‘free’ services that we already pay for at a mark-up price, and at the same time we will end the incentive for people to come here illegally.
I am also in favor of proof of citizenship (Birth Certificate) in order to receive a driver’s license in the state of Maryland.
Small business is our greatest asset in our economy. The more taxes that are levied against them to pay for things that the state has no business being involved in only forces them to have to sacrifice the number of employees they can employ or how much they can manage to pay them in order to attempt to still turn a profit.
This burden needs to be drastically lessened, and if possible through spending cuts, abolished. It is better to have a job and have the dignity of being able to provide your own means in life than it is to be jobless and have to beg at the feet of government for a few scraps.
Not to mention the fact that Government is near bankrupt and cannot provide us with anything in the long term.
It is time to give capitalism a true try; it’s time to give business a fighting chance.
As we turn over the functions of our lives that Government has usurped back to the private sector, many new jobs will be created and there will be many new opportunities for everyday individuals to start new businesses in place of the inefficient and wasteful ones that will have once been under the authority of Government. In order for Government to create a ‘job’, it has to first penalize and thusly punish the prosperity of its citizens and other businesses. These are not capital increasing jobs, they are capital diminishing jobs, as they have to first take from private citizens and businesses in order to have anything to give.
Furthermore, in order to be able to survive the impending economic, Maryland needs not only service jobs but more importantly Maryland needs to entice manufacturers to reside here. We need to provide an environment that is friendly to manufacturers. We need to make real products here in Maryland that we can sell to other Marylanders as well as to other states and countries around the world so we can stop that ‘sucking sound’ that is all of our dollars going out of the state. We need to create positive income, and we need to do it now BEFORE the economy gets worse and the means will not be available to us.
Police officers play a vital role in our society. They deserve our undying support in their difficult duties.
They also need our assistance in a job they cannot possibly provide everywhere at once…
We live in a state that has deprived us of our natural right to defend ourselves against violence from another. We live in a state that tells us we are not allowed to be armed with the same tools that criminals, who have no respect for the law, will use against us without mercy. The notion that we should not be allowed to defend ourselves against would be assailants is not only foolish, it’s abhorrent.
During any violent crime, even if you can get a criminal to take a time-out while you call the cops on them, the police will take minutes at a time when you cannot waste seconds. Of course this can be alleviated if you are able to have an officer with you at all times. This is not feasible and the saying holds true that, ‘it’s easier to carry a gun on your hip than it is to carry a cop on your back’.
No matter how many gun control laws are enacted, the populous will not be safe until abandon the absurd notion that criminals will obey these laws; they’re criminals.
Criminals know that people in this state are unarmed when they decide to do acts of violence against us. Our government has essentially ensured the criminals safety against reproach for their evil ways by stripping us of our means to halt or deter them.
As Governor, I will issue concealed carry permits to all law abiding citizens capable of obtaining a firearm. However, I will push for this state to become an open carry state as I believe this to be much safer for the law enforcement officers as they will not walk in on situations where they do not know who is armed and who is not. As for now though, I want the would-be criminals to afraid to cause harm because they know that the people of this state will stop them in their tracks.
It’s time to restore our natural right to defend ourselves.
Roe vs. Wade was shining example of a usurpation of Constitutional power by the Judicial Branch of government. The fact that we treat a decision of the Supreme Court as a law throughout the land shows a serious lack of understanding of our Constitution. The Supreme Court was merely meant to interpret the existing laws throughout the nation and determine if they undermine, compromise, or violate our Constitution. The Congress is the ONLY branch vested with the power to create laws federally, and the states have their own legislative branches that are intended to craft laws at a state level. Neither the Judicial Branch nor Executive Branch has any power to create laws that affect the common citizen. ALL ‘laws’ such as this one need to be struck down on the merit that they are a violation of the enumerated powers given to this branch under the Constitution.
As a person who has sworn to uphold and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic, I cannot abide by such attacks at the fabric of our law.
The issue of Abortion is a states issue. Individually, each of the 50 states should be the governing bodies over this type of legislation as they are over issue of the death penalty. Thusly, this would allow for people to be able to vote with their feet by moving to whichever state best represented their personal views on subjects such as these, as was intended in the inception of our nation.
Personally, I am not here to legislate your morality. That is a personal decision to be worked out between you and your Creator. When the structure of our law is corrected at the Federal level and this issue is put forth to the Maryland Legislature, if this bill passes both houses and finds its way to the desk of the Governor I may someday have to decide which side to come down on. And as I too must one day meet my Creator, as we all must, I would not be able to sign away the lives of innocents. This would weigh too heavily on my soul. However, if my veto were overridden, as it would then be the will of the people of Maryland, I would abide by the legislation in accordance with my duties as Governor.
But I pray, for the lives of those innocents, that we as a society would not make that decision. I ask that we let other states do that if that is their will.
The question of marriage is a hot topic in today’s society. What kind of marriage should governments allow and what types should not be allowed. While we are fighting amongst ourselves to gain the power of the ‘tyranny of the majority’ (51% telling 49% what they are allowed to do, or not), we are missing the much bigger question…
What right do governments have dictating Marriage in the first place?
Historically marriage was a function of the Church, whatever faith you were belonged to. The only reason government wishes to be in control of your marriage, is to be further in control of your money through taxation.
As it stands now, if you are married you receive tax breaks. So the implied implication of this is, if you are single you will be punished more by government through extra taxes.
I have moral reservations about this as I am a single man; am I to be punished because I cannot find a woman who is willing to spend her life with me? Should I be punished by the government because I have been unable to find love in my life?
This doesn’t make sense and seems to me to be cruel to punish people who are not savvy enough to woo a mate.
This is government legislating your bedroom. I have had a fiancé once, and with as many rules as she laid down and as many possessions as she owned, there was no room left for the government. I just hope that poor guy who has the job of enforcement at least gets issued a hazmat suit…
Get the government out of your bedroom, out of your Church, and out of Marriage.
I see no reason why government should decide, through taxation, what is better for our lives; to be single or married.