public education, despite its problems, compared to what was in existence 150 years ago is not a success?
huge infratructural projects roads, dams (& the internets) are not successes?
public health systems, despite their problems, compared to what was in existence 150 years ago are not a success?
I must only assume that you are using an ideal as the yardstick rather than the past, to state that these are not successes.
it appears that collectivist solutions like the above, built on other peoples money as you say, only take the blame, and get no credit for their successes.
from what ive seen its policy itself is the problem, not poor policy or poorly executed policy.
well in fairness Ill take the problems created by policy that the problems taken by inaction.
"The basic tool for the manipulation of reality is the manipulation of words. If you can control the meaning of words, you can control the people who must use the words." (Philip K.Dick)