At What Point Do the Wheels Come off?


Have the courage to speak softly
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Sep 15, 2006
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Staffordshire, England
As a result of chronic under-investment, largely due to trying to have the private sector run things that they should have no part in, the infrastructure of the country is falling apart. Now they are finally being forced to invest in restoring the 'gift horse' they have been whipping artificially good profits out of for a few decades (because they got given that tax-payer-owned infrastructure for practically free) our bills have already skyrocketed and will continue to do so. When do we reach the point where a great many ordinary people exist in furl poverty in a First World nation and when does that in turn signal the end of the all too brief experiment of not having an obvious 'peasant class' to support the lifestyles of the undeserving, parasitic, rich?