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Hard to say if I am or not.

Assuming I knowing his POV, I assume he thinks of public investment just in the productive, public good sense, and limited only to a heavily prescribed area of production, far more limited than I would find warranted.

I strongly suspect he would disagree with the notion that most Capital allocation should be greatly influenced, if not controlled, by democratic and egalitarian principles, and in this regard, his pov is far more in line with yours.

This being said, regardless of one's political viewpoints, a bad investment is a bad investment, and pork general is one such investment, and an aspect of certain political systems. NPV is simply a math concept, not a statement of political value...


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by r------ on Wed Nov 22nd, 2006 at 01:47:33 PM EST
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