David John Marotta was interviewed on radio 1070 WINA’s Schilling Show discussing government waste and what would happen if parts of the government were shut down.
Voters who swung to the Republicans in this election don’t really care if politicians have a D or an R after their name. Their primary concern is not to see their team win. They want a smaller government with less waste, fraud, special interest, and drag on the economy. They want less meddlesome unintended consequences of regulation and more of what we all agree that government should be doing.
Listen to the radio show here:
For more food for thought, see Cato’s downsizing government website.