In other words Federal programs are highly fragile very vulnerable to volatility. Local government is fair more robust. They were not given the same luxuries you were, they did not benefit from starting out on an even playing field. We should have free healthcare………. I am not for entitlement, I am for betterment. If you read the blog, my point was I never said anyone had a right to anything, however as a citizen and a person that was pretty fortunate, just like you, I think we have an obligation to share that cost up to a point.
The only way to get back on par is to invest into our school systems, and it is just not in middle class suburbia, it is the full field. I am not for entitlement, I am for betterment. For instance, we complain that our Asian counterparts are killing us in math and science, however we then kill the government for trying to help our school systems, this theory makes no sense. Howard I think at times you fail to see just how lucky you are growing up in a white, middle class suburb, got two degrees from a private school, have two beautiful children that can go to private school as well. Private charities will always allocate resources more effectively than the Fed because they are unable to print their own money! We should have free healthcare………. Having anything in the hands of the Fed also creates tremendous systemic risk which is what we are currently witnessing with our entitlement programs. The put massive, wasteful, politically advantageous programs in place and then execute inefficiently. Local government is fair more robust. In other words Federal programs are highly fragile very vulnerable to volatility. If you read the blog, my point was I never said anyone had a right to anything, however as a citizen and a person that was pretty fortunate, just like you, I think we have an obligation to share that cost up to a point. Even if he did, it would be OK because he has insurance through the United States Governments most successful entitlement program, Medicare. I think the constant chasm in our conversation lie not in the fact that people need a helping hand, I agree they do, but in who should provide the hand. Including but not limited to, desirability to operate a business or live in the given community. Home ownership is a right………. If that is the case, you make an excellent case for dissolution of every entitlement which exists. If that is your definition of success maybe you need to go back to the private graduate school you attended. Howard Lutz August 6, Reply 1 Chris, did you call Medicare the most successful entitlement program? Should someone bleed out on the street and not receive medical care because the are indigent? We are witnessing first hand via Spain, Italy and Greece the implosion and unsustainability of socialist driven cultures. Without investment, without sharing some of the cost, without putting in a effort, we will never make that tide rise. Additionally, they are far less fragile because the failure of one charity does not create huge systemic risk, whereas the failure of SS and Medicare does. They were not given the same luxuries you were, they did not benefit from starting out on an even playing field. The Federal Government does the least efficient job of resource allocation along the continuum from local to state to Federal.
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