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Published: Thursday, Aug. 30 2012 5:21 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

This is an example of why government at every level should operate on an accrued budget rather than a projected budget based on so many uncontrollable variables in the economy that has dismayed so many lives. And its the right thing to do, downsize.

I think most government could cut all there spending and budgets in half if they functioned on an accrued funds rather than an projected indentured borrowing system. This kind of government only takes one year to create with only one year of risk that could be closely controlled if they had a mind too.

All jobs are expendable, even our elected internment is expendable without any economic or costly losses. The beauty of the United States government system is we don't need to elect anyone to represent us, we are our own representative with the power of government. We are self regulating and laws are the united citizen vote of non representative or elected supervision. People are the absolute government and we are absolute in that power. Elected Government office was created as a convenience for us, not as our overseers or land lords.

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