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Submitted by jstoesz on May 23, 2012 - 10:07pm
I just finished watching a documentary on the crash of 29, the golden gate, and the CCC. If we are going to spend so much money to prop up the economy, why can't we spend it on some lasting stuff (not green energy, real work in the land). Growing up in MN, I remember more than a few signs for the ccc. Now in california, I think half the hiking trails were built by some alphabet soup camp.
I do not understand food stamps, lets build some stuff. Why is it so hard? The hoover dam and the golden gate were built in the depression, why can't we get that stuff off the ground now?
Lawyers, environmental studies? I feel like even the government is strangled by its own regulators...
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