Tea party losers continue to spout off about defending the constitution from a government the document itself actually maps out in its language. Somewhere is written a hard limit on the size of government, a passage I’m still scouring the fine print to find. I thought it kind of leaves the size up to the people, if memory serves me.
"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people" Tenth Amendment
Wearing out the tea party welcome is Mike Krsiean, who’s decided to simplify the message for his simple voting audience. It's the Constitution solution.
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Wausau Daily: A Western Wisconsin man has announced his plans to challenge Congressman Sean Duffy this fall in a Republican primary. Mike Krsiean, who lives in the St. Croix County town of Houlton, has announced his candidacy … Krsiean, who described himself as a “staunch defender of the constitution,” said Thursday morning that the federal government has become too large and he would eliminate government agencies if elected. “The intent of the Constitution is to protect people from the federal government, not empower the government to get into people’s lives,” Krsiean said.
And shouldn’t we all live like Krsiean wants us to live?