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“The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government - lest it come to dominate our lives and interests.”
― Patrick Henry
The GOP candidate should stand for free markets—and align himself with the vast majority of Americans.
8 July 2012
A recent New York Times op-ed by Bill Scher, “How Liberals Win,”
must be commended for its honesty. Scher presents a compelling
historical narrative of how Democrats are happy to ally themselves with
big business in a Faustian pact to foster anti-market policies. From
Franklin Roosevelt’s National Recovery Act, which promoted the
cartelization of industry, to President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care
Act, which bought off big pharmaceutical companies
by suppressing free trade in the drug market, Scher describes how
Democrats have promoted crony capitalism to foster their liberal agenda.
They are pro-business—at least certain businesses—but fundamentally