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While I’m not at all questioning the terrible state of infrastructure in the Philippines and how it costs the nation much productivity and thus money, but it’s worth noting that the decaying infrastructure of the United States is also costing us a lot of money, whether it be the horrific traffic of I-35 in Austin where the city grew far faster than the road system could handle or people dying in Minnesota bridge collapses, or busted water pipes at UCLA destroying the floor at Pauley Pavilion.

A big public works program would be a great investment in our future, like it was for Americans in the mid-twentieth century but of course it isn’t going to happen.

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