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Is it the government's fault for one employee's wrongdoing?
Constantly people sue the government because one employee does something wrong. Even if there was no way to predict or prevent it, is it right for people to sue the government because one employee does something wrong that couldn't be stopped? Or are they just wanting a free ride and expect the government to pay for it?
The president could fit in there if, we considered him or her an employee of the people ! Which most people do .I suspect!
What is so unstoppable? What is it,that you consider unstoppable?
Sounds to me like the free ride is on the other side of the question.Those who work in or for the government are the ones who are looking for a free ride.All the way to the bank! To borrow more money instead getting the economy and the poor billionaires to pay their share of taxes instead of taking their profits offshore like they do now! Of,course the government s bought and paid for by billionaires and big corporations. It,figures!
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