The old workman’s saying is: Measure twice – cut once:
“One should always double check one’s measurements before cutting materials to minimize the chance of mistakes thus wasting materials, time and money.”
The federal government spends $4 trillion per year. It has spent so much for so long – it has created ten of the richest twenty counties in all of America.
Does the government adhere to our old workman’s saying? Heavens no.
Because it isn’t their money they’re spending. It’s human nature. It’s the Wallet Rule: (more…)