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Response to demwing (Original post)

Tue Nov 18, 2014, 09:28 AM

9. Protecting the General Welfare should be the primary role of the government.

Any action that compromises the general welfare should looked at with a critical eye.

Easy examples would be foreign entanglements, weakened net neutrality or the TPP. These compromise the interests of the general population while rewarding a few influential wealthy connected.

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