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January 28, 2008


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Perhaps we should consider adding another question...Do you believe it is more economical to have our government take care of our nation's basic social needs rather than relying on a hodge-podge of inefficiently organized and resourced nonprofits?


Russ, you could ask, "Would you prefer that Americans donate to achieve these results, or be taxed to achieve them? Would you do your fair share? Would you favor a law that required others to do their fair share?"

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