Quote by Grover Cleveland
Though the people support the government; the government should not support the people.
This quote suggests that while it is important for the people to trust and back the government, it is equally essential for the government to refrain from providing excessive support or dependence on the people. It implies that governments should focus on facilitating and creating opportunities for their citizens to be independent and self-reliant rather than continuously providing them with assistance. The quote advocates for a balanced relationship between the government and the people, emphasizing the importance of individual agency and initiative.
I think that if we get back to some basic fundamental principles, we can make sure that we resolve the issues. And I think that that's what the Tea Party was all about. It's getting back to a constitutional conservative government. And that is limited, but it's also effective and efficient. I think that that's what we'll be able to do.
Beautiful songs could sometimes take a person out of themselves and carry them away to a place of magic. But when Jill sang, it was not about the song, really. She could sing the phone book. She could sing a shopping list. Whatever she sang, whatever the words or the tune, it was so beautiful, so achingly lovely, that no one could listen and be untouched.