Ron Paul’s revolution has morphed into the Campaign for Liberty. The 16th was the Cost of Government Day.
Congratulations, dear reader. Cost of Government Day was last Wednesday, July 16th. This means that after slaving away for over half the year to pay state, local and federal taxes, you’re finally working for yourself.
This year’s Cost of Government Day fell four days later than last year’s, and sixteen days later than in 2000. Ironically, the biggest increases in government spending took place during the “conservative” administrations of George Bush 41 & 43.
It’s up to us to take back what it means to be “conservative” once again. A good place to start will be our upcoming rally in Minneapolis!
Cost of Government Day is sponsored by Americans for Taxpayer Reform, which is led by Grover Norquist.
I hate to break this to the revolutionaries, but this is what comes of defining yourselves with a term as mutable as Conservative (I’m sure that Senator Goldwater is rolling in his grave seeing what his idea of Conservatism has come to) which has no real meaning politically other than “resistant to change”.
Time to break the mold, reinvent the system.