lokisnow Posted September 19, 2018 Author Share Posted September 19, 2018 People complain about the cost of public services because they are disinclined or incapable of scaling things to the actual levels of logistics implementation. And they view the slightest inconvenience when they interact with government as a personal attack on themselves. so people complain that they bought a car for $18,000, why is their government wasting money on a big expensive $250,000 bus, clear government corruption right? Yet they’re incapable of scaling from a four person vehicle to a 85 person vehicle and incapable of scaling from a vehicle recording 80 miles a day to one recording 500 miles a day and incapable of scaling from a vehicle they will keep seven years to a vehicle the government keeps for thirty five years. and that is an easily framable, concrete example. Ok your church helps out five people once a year when they dump canned food on the heads of the grateful poor, much harder to scale up and have the government help 500,000 people access food 365 days a year, but people treat 5 and 500,000 as the same problem requiring simple solutions like flinging expired cans of chickpeas at victims. Or education. Education is “cheap” when a school only includes wealthy, abled children, excludes 80% of poor children, excludes the disabled, excludes special education and offers two scholarships per annum to middle class kids who are friends with some of the rich kids. Why, your school doesn’t need all the wasted space public schools require to teach EVERYONE, your costs are way lower. You don’t have to take on the costs of teaching the detritus the wealthy despise like the disabled or those with learning difficulties. You don’t have to deal with feeding kids or hungry kids or kids where their parents have no private transportation, clearly public schools are a big waste ami right? The feee market does it so much better, right. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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