The Private Sector Makes What the Government Takes
Government doesn’t make anything other than red tape.
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Do you think that it’s a legitimate function of government to run up a national debt of $17 trillion? And then let’s add in the unfunded and underfunded obligations such as pensions and Soc. Security, any number of other things, and we’re talking about $90 trillion that we’ve spent that we haven’t produced.
Is that a legitimate government function?
So you want to stack all that up against building roads and bridges, and that’s how you want to defend Big Government is they build roads and build bridges? I’ll concede that. Fine. Build all the roads you want. Build all the bridges you want. Legitimate. But none of the other stuff is. You libs, let me ask you a question. Do you use toilet paper or do you use leaves? Government doesn’t make toilet paper.
The private sector makes the toilet paper. Procter & Gamble, Kimberly-Clark. Government doesn’t run ’em. Do you use toilet paper, Chuck-U? Mr. President, do you use toilet paper? The government doesn’t make it. Senator Schumer, do you like to eat? I happen to know he does. I’ve been to dinner with Chuck-U. Chuck-U can pack it in, by the way. He’s one of these guys that doesn’t gain weight. He just can pack it in — and, you know what?
The private sector produces the food.
The government doesn’t feed anybody, not until they take the food that’s already been produced and give it away. You leftists, do you like your clothes? The private sector makes clothes. Government doesn’t make your clothes. Government makes roads and bridges? Big whoop. How about the car you drive? Outside of General Motors, the government doesn’t make the car you drive. How about the plane you ride in?
Ah, if you riding an Airbus, fine. You get what you pay for. It’s made by the British and the French, a triumvirate of governments over there. But if you ride in an American-made plane, the government’s not building it. Right? How about the gasoline? Oh, no, the government doesn’t do that because you people hate it! Even the electricity that’s powering your precious EVs with comes from coal.
Government hates coal.
Government hates gasoline.
Government hates oil.
It doesn’t make any of it, doesn’t produce any of it, doesn’t distribute any of it, doesn’t sell any of it. It doesn’t make it possible for you to have it, period. The private sector does.