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Reframing the Debate

Daniel Muntz takes a long time to get there, but he makes a really good point over at Ezra Klein's blog today.

In short:

It's not about whether we should be choosing big versus small government. It's about good government versus bad government.

And by that, I mean we should not be fixated on things like how many governemnt agencies there are, or whether Cato thinks we're doing a good job. Rather, we should consider whether the government is helping American citizens. If so, then it should keep on doing what it's doing. If not, then it's time for change.

Good stuff. I hope the meme spreads.

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