Most public sector employees have no idea what a real job is, what it means to truly suffer, and have not the faintest clue what "strife" is.
I've never seen government budgets cut in REAL TERMS (none of this "decrease in the increase" bullshit they pass on as if you cut off their right arm), and I've never seen massive layoffs as has occurred in the private sector. I've also never seen anything approach real work and real rigor. The adult-children working as government baby-sitters, euphemistically called "teachers," make it seem like they have the "most difficult job on the planet," when in reality they are weak, they are wimps, and they are pansies.
I know myself and the three other private sectors workers in the country have had an infinitely more difficult time than our public sector
The public sector? HA!
I YEARN for the day to see in the newspaper "Minneapolis Public Schools lay off 25% of their employees."
I would LOVE to see on the Drudge Report, "Department of Health forced to restructure to cut costs by 30%."
Just ONCE I'd like to see the public sector pansies walk a mile in their private-sector brother's shoes.
Instead you see this insipid cry-babying from genuine children who just happened to have hit puberty 30 years ago.
Thankfully, this system cannot go on forever. And it won't. The day will come that the public sector will have to cut back or not receive anything at all. Politicians will of course use it as a voting block/Keynesian-failed-stimulus tool until that time, but you can't have a country where the entirety of GDP is comprised of:
You need the private sector because ALL wealth comes from it.
The rest of you are factually economically parasitical. Could you please stop being cry-babies on top of it?