Fallout from Flint
Late news tonight says that the governor of Michigan has asked the U.S. government to cover the long-term healthcare costs of the children of Flint. Since the crisis was caused by the cold calculation that by switching water supplies to save $5 million over a 3-year period came from the governor's office and not from the federal government, while I feel the problem there is tragic, I do not feel that it the responsibility of the U.S. government to carry the costs of the governor's penny wise, pound foolish decision. That should be left up to the state of Michigan.
The Golden Rule
If your job is to take care of old...
The Federal Reserve building in Washington D.C.