Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Rand Paul’s statement that he can live with $2.6 trillion worth of government, to me, is a dropping of the gauntlet. I don’t believe you people out there or your neighbors out there in the states can live with $2.6 trillion worth of leviathan. Here comes the other rub. Whether you have one-third of the largesse you currently enjoy, more than a third, half cut off, or whether you keep the spending at $3.8 or $4 trillion and then must be taxed appropriately for it, just imagine your taxes doubling or increasing by a factor of 40 percent. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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Mike: Earlier we had a discussion of Rand Paul traveling out to California on Friday last to speak at the Reagan Library and laying the gauntlet down. Most people didn’t perceive it as a gauntlet. If anything, it was perceived as, [mocking] “There he goes again not being libertarian enough.” The way I viewed Rand Paul’s speech was anything but not being libertarian enough. He said he could deal with $2.6 trillion worth of federal government. I could deal, at least temporarily on the road back to perdition, I could deal with $2.6 trillion worth of government. That is an increase over what he previously proposed. Not only that, it does make Senator Paul the leading advocate of a government that is one-third less the size of the monster that it is today. We could say we wish it to be 40 percent of the size that it is. That’s fine. Let’s get it down one-third the size.
This may be one of the reasons why both decepticons — those are fakes, phonies, and frauds that call themselves conservatives, sunder and tarnish the term conservative but use it for their own explicit and commercial purposes. I think that both decepticons and citizens of libtardia have equal vested interest in seeing to it that the leviathan state remains at its current size, and I will tell you why. If the leviathan state ever has to live within the means that it currently has, as far as revenue goes, when that process begins and states and localities have to deal with their own problems, because they are their problems after all — it used to be just American [r]epublican way of doing things. When they have to deal with their own problems again, many people will begin the further awakening process and come to the realization and conclusion that the utility of the federal union has, at least in some respects, expired…
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