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Where does it stop? At what point has the gov't grown large enough?

It stops where the majority decides it stops.

I can live without a library, but I don't have a choice in the matter

Sheesh, leave it to a wingnut to oppose libraries. I guess your aim is to keep the populace dumb and stupid.

You know, Andrew Carnegie, perhaps the richest man in his time, built and furnished libraries all over the country. Maybe he thought a literate populace was a good thing. Maybe you should consider why he thought that way.

And actually, you do have a choice. You can leave. I'm sure you won't be missed.

Regards, TTT.
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