The Spectator did a recent Op/Ed piece analyzing the colossal waste of Cover Oregon currently ratcheting up legal bills regarding who is to blame for it's epic failure.
The average American earns roughly $1 million dollars in their lifetime. As one begins to look at the immense waste of just a single boondoggle project like Cover Oregon, and how flippant government treats hard earned taxpayer dollars, it is staggering.
The Spectator comes to harrowing conclusion:
"A country that can readily wave off such waste is courting not renaissance but ruin."