Aristotle-to-Ricardo-to-Hayek turn the double play way better than Plato-to-Rousseau-to-Rawls
Lets see, you head out to your private sector job in the morning and pass by a backhoe sitting idle with five government workers standing around talking and watching the sixth government worker actually working.Then you come home that evening and they are finishing up filling in the hole with five government workers standing around talking and the sixth worker actually working. You can figure the hole they dug, then filled back in, was around a $2000 hole + backhoe cost. At $40 an hour it now seems to make sense why it takes five to watch one work. It also makes sense where our tax dollars go. Our tax dollars are at the bottom of all those holes.
> Our tax dollars are at the bottom of all those holes.No, they're evenly distributed top to bottom. If it were concentrated like that, then we might be able to get some of it back.:oD
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