B A D H A B I T S W E N E E D T O B R E A K
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Refusing to learn from history.
Example: The 2007-2009 Financial Crisis
Making legislation cumbersome, complicated and jam packed, which does
nothing but increase costs and inefficiency and create confusion and uncertainty.
Example: Infrastructure (featuring the American Jobs Plan)
Hitting the bulls-eye on the wrong target.
Constantly reacting to negative outcomes as opposed to proactively anticipating them.
Getting stuck in ideology instead of just doing the math.
Example: Health Care
Allowing past prejudices and preconceived notions to prevent potential progress.
Example: Health Care, again
Foolishly believing the promises made by politicians who have zero intention of
keeping them and, as a result, allowing our problems to get progressively worse.
Tolerating shady shenanigans from our leaders.
Example: Government Reform