A Life Lesson in Conservative Ideals

I was watching a few of the Sunday news shows today. Kyle was there with me.  He had to stay home from Church because of a fever the last few days. All the shows were covering the SC primary, and I got a chance to give Kyle a little lesson in conservative versus liberal values.

He asked me if I liked President Obama. I thought a moment how I might answer this, because I didn’t want it to sound like it’s a personal thing for me, because it’s not. I told him I didn’t like his ideas. He asked what I didn’t like. I explained  that the President believes that it’s the government’s job to take care of people’s needs, and that he believes he should be able to take a lot of money from others who earned it in order to do this. He also thinks it’s not fair that there are some people who have more money than other people. I explained further that I believed that individuals need to take care of most of their needs on their own, and that having the government take money from others just to try to make things fair for everyone doesn’t work. Read more…

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Government inaction in action

The family and I drove to a Post Office the other morning to get passports for an upcoming trip. It was an excellent example for the kids of Government customer service in action.  Actually, what I mean is “inaction”. Read more…