62% Say Constitution Should Be Left AloneRasmussen Reports
Jul. 01, 2010
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"39% believe the current document does not put enough restrictions on what the government can do."
As Thoreau said, "That government is best which governs least." ...and that's why the best government is no government at all!
The "services" government provides are all a laughingstock joke, they could be replaced in the free market practically overnight with all the creative entrepreneurs we have in the world!
Just look at how fast the innovations on the internet take place, from social networking to tweeting, to all these file sharing sites, to Rapidshare and Megaupload, to Reddit, Digg and StumbleUpon! Imagine if that creative spirit was put to work providing services like courts and protection agencies!
At the very least allow people to compete in these industries! Repeal all these non-compete government-monopoly-enforcing laws and you'd see the best government the world has ever seen. Just as every few months out comes the best new computer or cell phone the world has ever seen!
Free-markets work! Coercive government monopolies do not! - Chris, InfoLibMost Americans say donít mess with the U.S. Constitution, even though a plurality still believes it does not restrict the government enough.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Adults shows that, when asked their views on changing the Constitution, 62% say it should be left alone. Twenty-four percent (24%) believe minor changes are needed, while only seven percent (7%) see a need for major changes.
Three percent (3%) believe the country should scrap the Constitution and start over again.