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The government could offer pizza at 15% less than the prevailing rate of the major chains or your neighborhood pizza parlor. They could do this by subsidizing the cost of a pizza with tax payer dollars. When the privately owned entities go out of business, the government sponsored entity (GSE like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) could return prices back to the prior levels or even a little higher and they wouldn't need the subsidy any longer. How is a government option not the same? What happened to the competition?
If Fed Ex or UPS were bleeding money to the tune of $7 billion annually, they'd be out of business. The USPS is still in business. Comparing the pennsylvania (or any other government run hospital) to a private hospital is absurd. However, it the government expands the scope and builds hospitals that compete directly with private hospitals, there would soon be on more private hospitals. Of course there are still private lenders available. However, FRE and FNM received billions in government dollars and all the sub-prime loans were dumped on them because the government backs them. If they didn't have government backing, they'd be out of business. It is unfortunate that most of the people answering the question are unable to differentiate between the difference between a government run operation that is subsidized and a shareholder or privately owned business. I'm glad I'm getting old as I wouldn't want to be around to see the world you are going to let an out of control government create
The public universities are still around because they are financed by the tax payer. All the government scholarship money contributes to the rising cost of college. And there are 72 presidents of public colleges that make over $500K annually. Their salaries should be restricted because their universities get government money. Where's the outcry over that?
I think a better question is do you think the government could run a pizza chain? I would like to see just one thing the government has done well other than waste unfathomable amounts of taxpayers money. All I want the government to do is provide for the national defense, maintain infrastructure, and enforce laws of civility (something like the ten commandments). Other than that I'll take care of myself my dependents and friends in need or die trying. It's an old fashioned concept that some older individuals might remember called personal responsibility.
FedEX and UPS didn't go out of business competing with the USPS. None of the banks in the nation went under when Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac came into play. No hospitals went out of business when the pennsylvania came into the mix. Hate to tell you, but insurance companies are not going to go under when the government comes into the mix. They will adapt, and they will find a way to survive. Even the experts will tell you that your scenario is far fetched at best.
The difference is pizza is not a fundamental human need. Agriculture however is, and the government regulates that. Health Care... They see it as a fundamental like, agriculture, water, energy, transportation, education and foreign defense. However, if a pepperoni slice cost 75 dollars each maybe it would be time for the government to start looking to slow down that pizza inflation.
Your better example might have been the I.R.S. closure of a legal Nevada brothel for unpaid taxes. It was reopened and essentially government run back into the financial ground. Make a pizza? Our government could not sell SEX!
OH MAN! Who's going down? Pizza Hut? Domino's Little Caesars?
How about the government building roads? Or schools? or the police? or the military? Essential services ?
How do you explain public and private universities competing in the same market place?
I.e Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and yet no shortage of mortgage lending companies
Good analogy. And my guess is, there would be nothing but crust and sauce on those pizza's because the government squandered and mishandled their budget for cheese.
Makes a lot of sense & the govt. could deliver our pizza to someone in a 3rd world country that they thought needed it more than we did.. Yep makes a lot of sense. To them!