While I’d prefer some bold free market efforts, etc., I’m also fine with government doing very little.
Bass fishermen will get boat ramps. Speeders will get stiff fines. And teachers will get gift cards.
Gov. Sonny Perdue has professed to be a believer in small government. His latest State of the State address made clear that he practices what he preaches. The Republican governor began his second term by stringing together a number of small – and politically safe – proposals.
Even his speech was compact, clocking in at just a half hour.
The government that does the least does the greatest service to its citizens.