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Old 06-03-2020, 04:55 AM
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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It is a foregone conclusion that public funding is always a disaster. I can't point to anything that is more efficient by public funding. And the same goes for policing. First of all policing is stupid to begin with. It's a fundamentally immoral system. It is only to enforce the arbitrary whims of politicians.

Anytime the free market has stepped in, it has had amazing results. It's now time for a free market solution. People only value policing because they believe it offers protection. I would recommend a free market solution in the form of private security. No one is obligated to pay for an inefficient police force. If you want protection you pay for it. That's fair and that's efficient.

And to people who defend public policing. If you really sit back and be honest about it. You know deep in your heart it doesn't work. If policing was a business it would already be out of business. Like anything the government controls it has a terrible track record
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