What the Founders Thought of a Powerful Central Government

An Excellent piece by Bill Whittle of Pajamas Media, one of my favorite places to go for reasoned debate and insight, on what the Founding Fathers would make of the Tea Party. Read and Enjoy!


April 13, 2010 - by Bill Whittle
There is a concerted effort afoot on the part of big-state socialists to paint the Tea Party as a bunch of dangerous, hate-filled radicals with a bunch of crazy new ideas that go far beyond the pale of the traditional American political mainstream.

Let’s ask some reasonable men – because the Founding Fathers were surely the largest collection of reasonable men ever gathered in one place at one time in history – what they thought about the issues raised by the Tea Party movement.

For instance, what did they think of a powerful central government?
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