Mystery of Government
• O'Rourke argues that the U.S. government is irreparably broken, benefiting the undeserving at the expense of the American taxpayer.
• O'Rourke characterizes government as stupid, greedy and controlling.
• O'Rourke says government remains unchecked because the people are disengaged from a boring, impenetrable political process which does not address their needs, and he says the government should leave individuals to govern themselves.
• O'Rourke says elected officials serve for selfish reasons and run on a platform of lies.
• O'Rourke says majority rule in undermines personal choice and freedom.
• O'Rourke says the public does not care and is ignorant.
• O'Rourke flips through a civics textbook and concludes that no American would see the need for this type of over-complicated and bloated government.
• O'Rourke says that America's government now embodies the same tyrannical bent that compelled the American colonies to secede from England, and he offers several examples to...
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