I currently live in Milford, Conn, which was mentioned in this article. Anyone
who thinks we are sitting around waiting for the govt to help us is seriously
mistaken. Neighbors are working together to dig out one another and are sharing
food and fire wood and homes where needed. This has been a rough time to live in
Connecticut as we have endured the hurricane, the horrific shooting in Newtown
we all know people who died) and now the blizzard. We are New Englanders, cut
from the same clothe as those who built the great cities of Utah as pioneers. We
are strong and we will be even stronger for having endured these last few
@ Pagan: Last time I got snowed in, I didn't sit on my behind and wait for
someone from the government to help me, I actually went to work and cleared my
driveway myself! I even did my neighbor's driveway (an older widow) because
the government wouldn't help her either! I pay lots of taxes but I receive
far less from the government than I give to it! I guess that's so my money
will help people who wait for the government, right? After all, as we have seen,
its easier to vote for Democrats who will take care of you than to take care of
@ t702: If you understood global climate change, you would know that it not
only causes storms like this but will cause them to occur more and more often.
where is global warming when needed?
Those who believe in "limited government" and get it often don't
need help because they are prepared to help themselves and their neighbors in
challenging times.Those who believe in "limited government"
understand that occasionally, however, to "insure domestic tranquility,
provide for the common defense, (and) promote the general welfare" help may
be needed.Those who expect the government to help them in situations
where they could have helped themselves and yet claim to be in favor of
"limited government" do not understand the concept.
Everyone claims they are in favor of 'limited government'...until they need help.