Yet another reason gov't needs to be hands off

They can't even run restaurants right. And we expect them to help with healthcare, energy, and something as complex as cap-and-trade? What are we American citizens thinking?

A quote from Sen. Diane Feinstein (D) from the article...

"Candidly, I don't think the taxpayers should be subsidizing something that doesn't need to be. There are parts of government that can be run like a business and should be run like businesses."

Ya think? Would that logic apply to, say, something like retirement savings aka Social Security? I mean, private 401ks seem to be working pretty well, don't ya think? How about transportation? Agriculture (stop subsidizing farmers)? Education?

By the way, you better be careful there Diane, crazy talk like that will get you kicked out of the party. Especially one led by Barry O.

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