Many of the American people are also very confused. The American people vote into office those who promise more government. Anybody voting for the Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) is doing so because of the promise of more and bigger government. Anybody voting for Republican candidates who are a part of the Washington cartel and the Republican Establishment are doing so because these candidates promise more and bigger government. The only difference between these two groups is the speed at which they would have government grows.
Here is the confusion of the American people. In a recent survey we were told that Americans hate the US Government more than ever. That right, the federal government has joined the ranks of the bottom-of-the-barrel industries, according to a new survey from the American Customer Satisfaction Index. Americans' satisfaction level in dealing with federal agencies --everything from Treasury to Homeland Security -- has fallen for a third consecutive year, reaching an eight-year low.
The bigger government becomes, the more inefficient it becomes. The Americans hate the government and yet those at the top of the polls for president advocate bigger government and more government. Hillary is arguing that she can expand government faster and control more of our lives faster than Bernie Sanders can. She has stated her regime would be a continuation of the expansion and ineptitude of the last eight years. Anybody that hates the government is confused if they support Hillary or Bernie Sanders, because each would just make government bigger and worse.
On the other side, anybody who says they hate government and yet would support Trump and some of the other Republican candidates, is also confused, because Trump and some of the others advocate for bigger and a more controlling government as well.
Our founders understood the dangers of big government. Big government is by definition controlling, inefficient, and wasteful. Big government enslaves the citizenry. Big government becomes tyrannical. Americans, if you hate the government as you say you do, there is only one solution; you must support candidates at all levels that believe in reducing government. Reducing government means to cut back on departments, people, and costs. Reducing government does not mean changing government or reallocating expenses; it means eliminating. In order to discern on what side a candidate truly stands, you must not only listen to the candidate, but also you must understand what they truly believe based on who they are and what they have said and done in the past.
If we the people really do hate government, and we should, only we can change the situation with our votes, our participation in the electoral process, and our willingness to serve and be involved directly with cutting government. Do not be confused.