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    Rick Stanley Constitutional Activist Phone: 303-329-0481 E-mail: rick@stanley2002.org We the People Scoop 09/1/05
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      Rick Stanley
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      We the People Scoop 09/1/05

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      OPINION RELEASE: Common Sense: Beating the Blob

      Beating the Blob

      Remember that old Steve McQueen movie, "The Blob"? Well, government
      is like the Blob. It grows and grows, gobbling up everything in its path.

      Truth is, our inability to control government growth is more
      frightening than any scary movie. The consequences can be disastrous for our
      pocketbooks and for our freedoms.

      Just as there was an antidote for the Blob, there is an antidote for
      ever-expanding government. It's called the Taxpayers Bill of Rights, or TABOR
      for short. Colorado voters put TABOR in place in 1992, and it has kept
      government spending from mushrooming out of control there while returning
      billions of tax dollars to the people.

      But now the legislature has placed Referendum C on this November's
      ballot, asking for a $3 billion dollar tax increase. Politicians of both major
      parties and a cabal of special interests will try to convince voters that
      government spending going up 7 percent is just not enough. I doubt that
      Colorado voters will fall for it.

      Meanwhile, other states have noticed TABOR's benefits. Ohio
      activists are petitioning to place a similar measure on their ballot this
      November. Unfortunately, in Nevada, Senate Joint Resolution 5, modeled after
      the Colorado Taxpayers Bill of Rights, was defeated.

      The Las Vegas Review-Journal editorialized that TABOR represents "a
      modest effort to handcuff the metastasizing Nevada bureaucracy at a time when
      lawmakers routinely approve budgets that increase state spending by more than
      20 percent every two years." The editorial went on to advise Nevadans to use
      the initiative to put it on the ballot.

      Good advice.

      This is Common Sense. I'm Paul Jacob.

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