Michael Barone: Voting for the National Interest

The recoil in 2010 against the Obama Democrats’ vast expansion of the size and scope of government seems to have a cultural or a moral dimension as well. It was a vote, as my Washington Examiner colleague Timothy P. Carney wrote last week, expressing “anger at those unfairly getting rich — at the taxpayer’s expense.”
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Modest-income Americans think this is wrong. They want it fixed more than they want a few more bucks in their paychecks.

Here.

Agreed.  Fix the system so the likes of General Electric, General Motors, and Goldman Sachs do not become Government Electric, Government Motors, or Government Sachs.

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