(Washington Times) -- If you believe the federal government is too large and powerful, you’re in what our current president calls “the cult of small government.”
That’s what he said in a speech last week in Elkhart, Indiana, in which his aim was “to bust this myth of crazy, liberal government spending.”
“I am not making this stuff up,” insisted Mr. Obama, who has increased America’s national debt by nearly $10 trillion — more than all his predecessors combined. A quick look at the National Debt Clock will scare the pants off anyone not put into a hypnotic trance by the fast-moving figures.
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As a small-government cultist, I’m proud to admit my desire to restore constitutional limits. This means scaling back programs and regulations, restoring welfare reforms that work, securing the border, cutting taxes, enacting voter photo ID laws, and getting the federal government out of our restrooms and locker rooms. Plus, appointing judges who are not certifiable whackos.