Nuclear Suppository

By Aaron Rice
December 21, 2009

A Nevada senator once mistakenly called a nuclear storage facility that was planned for his state a "nuclear suppository" instead of a nuclear "repository." That senator wasn't Harry Reid, but a nuclear suppository is an apt metaphor for the health care plan he is forcing into the American economy.

What he's doing to the American people is, well, what you do with a suppository. But instead of having a healthy reaction, our economy will suffer a meltdown, much like a nuclear meltdown would occur if the radioactive material were not contained. The taxes, regulations, and restrictions on our freedom will poison our economy for decades.

That's why the mission of our organization is so important. We remind - or teach for the first time - the absolute necessity to contain the power of government so that it does not consume our liberty. Will you join us in that mission? We depend on tax-deductible contributions from people who share our desire to advance the ideals of limited government, free markets, and strong traditional families.

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