Friday, February 20, 2009

Even if you never comment, try finishing this sentence...

The proper role of government is ....

You get one sentence, one sentence only.

Unfortunately for some of our favorite liberal/progressive readers, spelling counts.

13 comments:

Less Antman said...

to protect the life, liberty, and property of those who voluntarily consent to be governed.

Anonymous said...

...implementing the will of the people.

Anonymous said...

provide a solid foundation from which a strong and viable country of people can grow and prosper.

Hube said...

... to protect my rights; otherwise, it should stay the hell out of my way.

Anonymous said...

feed off the citizens to fulfil self designed plans based on wealth, power and ego. to utilize individual positions in government for personal gain.

Oh, sorry, you wanted the rose colored glasses version. that would be to represent all people with service to country above all.

George Donnelly said...

... to DIE! :D

Mat Marshall said...

Less said it best.

Anonymous said...

I am going through some old WSJ items and came across this one:

ARMAGEDDON? - A Russian academic (Professor Igor Panarin) predicted in September 1998 that the United States will disintegrate in 2010 and will be split up into 6 parts that would be taken over by Russia, Japan, China, Mexico, Canada and the European Union. Panarin predicted that the economic decline of America would trigger a civil war by the summer of 2010

Bowly said...

...dissolve itself if it abridges the rights of any citizen, because once it abridges the rights of one citizen, it will abridge the rights of ANY citizen.

Anonymous said...

to control the people and the resources of the world for fun and profit. ;-)

Delaware Watch said...

to maximize liberty, equality and human well being to the greatest extent possible.

Anonymous said...

The proper role of government is to provide quality services according to the demands of the people and how much they are willing to pay.

Perry Hood

Leo said...

... to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.