...and nobody objected, not even when the bastards played games with prices and pollution controls.
Then they came for the schools, and nobody (but teachers) objected, not even when the students they turned out were no better and access got harder and harder.
Then the number of private security officers exceeded the number of uniformed police officers, and nobody objected because everyone wanted one of their own.
Then they came for the roadways and nobody objected because "it seemed like a good deal" mortgaging transportation access for three-fourths of a century in favor of some infrastructure now.
What's next, privately operated Courts?
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