Saturday, November 7, 2015

When Collapse Is Cheaper and More Effective Than Reform

Collapse does not need to be complete or sudden. Collapse tends to be a process, not an event.
Collapse begins when you can't find any doctors willing to accept Medicaid payments, when the potholes don't get filled even when voters approve millions of dollars in new taxes, and when kids aren't learning anything remotely useful or practical despite the school board raising tens of millions of dollars in additional property taxes.
Collapse begins when real reform becomes impossible.