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6. I still think "fix it later" was the right call. But now it's later
Mon Jan 18, 2016, 11:06 AM
Jan 2016

The sooner you start a program, the sooner you learn the hard lessons, one mistake at a time, to run a large complex system right. It took the British & French 40 years of socialized medicine before they got their bureaucracies fixed so that things run smoothly there (and there are still problems). The sooner we make our mistakes, the sooner we learn how to protect our people.

Itís time to fix it later. [View all] Cassiopeia Jan 2016 OP
this.... mike_c Jan 2016 #1
Thanks Cassiopeia Jan 2016 #5
You're absolutely right on the substance, Cass. elleng Jan 2016 #2
I don't give a time frame. Cassiopeia Jan 2016 #3
Post removed Post removed Jan 2016 #4
I still think "fix it later" was the right call. But now it's later Bucky Jan 2016 #6
Well, we need to address our core mistake Cassiopeia Jan 2016 #7
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