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This is what you get


This is what you get when you essentially compress an industry into a utility and put governmetn in charge of it: massive cost overruns, unreliable forecasting predictions, lack of accountability, and no viable alternatives.

Given the record of government’s ability to deliver on time, on price target, to standard, is it really a good idea to turn health care over to the governemtn ot manage?

You can also see how the oil industry is heading this way as well, with nationalized oil and gas pproduction.

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  1. Terry Lesniak
    July 22, 2011 at 11:30 am

    I suggest that anyone who runs for political office be required to read Sowell, Hayek and Friedman for starters to get a sense of how basic economics works and then try to grasp how capitalism works in enriching peoples lives. Until these basic fundamentals are understood we will continue to repeat the failed socialist policies of the last century and implode on our combined ignorance.

    It amazes me how inarticulate our politicos are in grasping the fundamentals that constitute the depth and greatness this country represents.

    I might also suggest reading Thich Hanh for a sense of balance and wisdom. I realize I’m asking too much…

    but is there anyone out there?!

  2. Terry Lesniak
    July 22, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    Speaking of Orwellian economics, in today’s WSJ on-line edition, the government is now thinking of ways to rent out foreclosed properties…if that doesn’t scare you, it should! Now, as I was saying about Capitalism and free markets ?…IS there anyone out there anymore?

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