Walk For Liberty Day 216 - Does the Government Care About Its Reputation, Or Is It Content Just To Let People Die?

December 20th 2008, day 216 / Bridge warning sign in Marlborough, NH - “Pass at your own risk” / Taking responsibility for yourself / Don’t trust the government to build things that are safe, despite what they might say / Big Dig tunnel collapse / Collapse of Mississippi River bridge in Minneapolis / Army Corps of Engineers Levee collapse in Hurricane Katrina / You’re always at risk / Private companies have much more incentives to build reliable, sound structures, since their reputations matter, unlike with the government / Private companies have to compete for customers, so they care what people think about them / Government is not incentivized to build good structures, since they don’t have to care about their reputation / Walking with Lou from Peterborough / Oldest free library supported by taxation / 10.52 miles for liberty / http://Donate.WalkForLiberty.com / Free State Project adopted highway / State of Maine potatoes?

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One Response to “Walk For Liberty Day 216 - Does the Government Care About Its Reputation, Or Is It Content Just To Let People Die?”

  1. Carol Ann Webb Says:

    Beautiful snowy scenery - but I’m glad I’m not out in it!

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