From providing Americans with Health Care to creating jobs, some hold the belief that "government" (whether State or Federal) can do a better job than the private sector. It's this ideology of bigger verses smaller that will become one of the main focuses in this next Presidential election. Just how much should the government be involved in the affairs of the private sector and our daily lives? What has the Federal Government actually done to prove THEY can do a better job of providing what they "believe" the American people really want? When you look into the financial track record in Washington D.C. that's attributed to allowing "politics" to dictate policy over accountability, there ALWAYS seems to closely follow the issue of big budgets and government waste. Is there a case to prove the belief in Bigger Government, and that they can do a better job than the private sector? What are the arguments, and Constitutional basis, that support a greater Federal influence and intervention in our daily lives?