Originally Posted by BucEyedPea
Those are all the wrong question, especially when some of them use the word "we" as if we're one big collectivist mind that decides for Philly, New York or Chicago. Also, Disneyland is in Cali. California state govt should decide that. ( 'cept they're broke) Better yet, the owners of Disneyland should decide that.
My entire point has been completely over your head. You have been unable to process anything outside a statist model. You're a Progressive and I find people of that persuasion are unable to think outside a statist model for a pro-free market one. You should join the Democratic party, as I suggested earlier.
I meant Disney world.
I am a moderate. And I am a proponent of states rights and fiscally smart public investment based on ROI, not profit loss. And for enabling businesses and attracting businesses to invest in a market. But also in encouraging innovative ideas rather than rubber stamping every idea that gets put on the table. And yes, I find rubber stamping ridiculous and its exactly for this ridiculous premise that projects should be evaluated purely on whether it makes direct profit vs also considering all financial benefits, direct and indirect.