Small Government





While the difference between the sides is ostensibly over taxes and public spending and borrowing, the more profound division is over where government should begin and end. 
    For many of the Republican Party’s Tea Party insurgents, the choice is even more fundamental: whether there should be a government at all. Their unbending position, demanding an ever-diminishing role for the federal government, has levied an enormous unnecessary cost on everyone else.







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