No, our politicians and the government should not do any of that. That is an expansion of government and government should not be involved in just about everything. I really feel that a shrinking of government involvement and responsibility would increase the free market and be better for the government and citizens. While providing a framework for the country and its citizens is useful, involvement in too many things distorts the free market. We have not had a truly free market since the inception of the Federal Reserve distorting the monetary system with monetary policy which created the stock market crash of 1929 and the great depression, and since 1932, wasn't that around the start of the new deal, when socialism took root?