Conservatives want to “run the government like a business.”
Their business model of choice invariably seems to be Enron.
Let Wenonah Hauter explain:
But states are not corporations. While conservatives often claim that experience as a corporate executive qualifies them for high office, the analogy fails when put into action. Government works best when decisions are made in the public interest; cutting costs almost always means cutting corners, which is exactly what happened in Flint.
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