Discussion Topic – June 12th, 2015

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    Brenna at CI
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    Why is it crucial to protect our individual liberties and private enterprise in the US? At what point should we tell the government “enough is enough” when restricting, regulating, and controlling our lives and businesses?

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    Lili Gonzalez
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    It’s crucial to protect our individual liberties and private enterprise so that we don’t become a nation of government controlled puppets. If the government controls everything and citizens do not have private ownership, the government basically has the freedom to do whatever it wants. The point at which we tell the government “enough is enough” depends on what’s being restricted, regulated, and controlled. There’s not a clean, even line that can be drawn to say enough is enough for all topics. It varies per issue; but, the less government is involved in our lives, the better.

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    Logan Pruitt
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    The bigger the government, the less freedoms we have to enjoy. Protecting the individual liberties established in the constitution is an American foundation that strengthened America into the land of opportunity and prosperity. Free enterprise and individual freedoms are the foundation of America; stripping the United States of its work boots, tools and motivations will cripple our country. In many places in our American society government plays an important role however, in general, less government control and intervention grooms strong responsible individuals. America was born on strong dedicated individuals and to survive we need to continue the ideals and values established by our founding fathers.

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