I agree with poly on this (but then I'm a socialist at heart, so whaddaya expect ).<br><br>Seriously, though, there are some things that should never be privatized, and armies and their upkeep and care is one of those things.<br><br>
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I'm not saying I disagree. In that same perfect world, privatization wouldn't be necessary in the first place. But if gov't can't do it right all by themselves...<br><br>The problem — and the shame — is that most of the corporations that come to the party are either just an inept if not worse, and do indeed have stockholders and boards of directors who's needs unfortunately get priority attention. And gov't just turns a blind eye. Kind of a lose-lose situation.<br><br>I still believe that in theory, privatization serves a purpose, because there are some things that private enterprise is better suited for than gov't. It's the "in-practice" part that kills that argument.<br><br>And what kind of "socialist" forgets about NJ? You're a phony! <br><br>
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