Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Use the 'Stossel Rule' to give government long overdue spring cleaning



"Mattie Duppler, of Americans for Tax Reform, likens recipients of government handouts to ticks that suck the populace's blood.

Welfare for businesses is even more harmful than welfare for poor people, because it kills the free enterprise that creates real prosperity. 

"When you've got government putting its thumb on the scale," says Duppler, "saying this business deserves more attention, more money, more government support than another one, that's ... the centrally planned economy."

Centrally planned economies bring stagnation and poverty."
[Fox News]


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