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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

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    I do not dispute this (none / 0) (#27)
    by Seth9 on Wed Sep 15, 2010 at 10:14:44 PM EST
    Government regulation often does more harm than good. I generally oppose extending or creating government programs for this reason. However, I do believe that the government is capable of doing more good than harm when it approaches an issue correctly. That said, this is uncommon. Thus, my outlook on government is that I am always willing to listen to the specifics on any new proposal or program, but if it is structured poorly, as is usually the case, I then oppose it.

    This is the reason that I would not automatically oppose a government health care option. If such an option were created in a manner that was fiscally responsible and still allowed for a high quality of care and the right to opt out of the government program, then I would support it. However, Obamacare is not fiscally responsible and thus I oppose it because it will deepen the deficit and create a lot more problems than it would solve.

    This principle also applies to antitrust law. I have no issue with the underlying principle of antitrust law, that is that no private interest should be able to form a monopoly. However, most antitrust law is frivolous and the government makes too many exceptions that allow monopolies to be formed, so I oppose these laws.


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