Notice Dems' results, response to small government

2013-10-22T00:00:00Z 2013-10-26T23:10:07Z Notice Dems' results, response to small government nwitimes.com
October 22, 2013 12:00 am

Nancy Pelosi: "Those anti-government ideologues who have landed in Congress."

Harry Reid: "Those anarchists are winning; they are willing to shut down the government."

President Barack Obama: "We don't have a debt problem, this notion was hatched in Washington."

These are the three highest-ranking Democrats' inappropriate, offensive opinions of who and what Tea Party members of Congress stand for. From the president on down, if you don't go along with their idea of "transforming" our country, stand aside.

When do we the people open our eyes and realize it was under the stewardship of the big three that welfare and food stamps recipients have increased by 100 percent and 17 million, respectively, and that continuing resolutions have replaced budgets over the past five years?

Demonizing and castigating is the Democrats only response to the Tea Party's call for smaller government along with competent and responsible government spending.

- K.J. Gross, Munster

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