Right now we are in hard times and we are spending a lot of money trying to get things back to a manageable level where people have a chance to live a normal life. The big question to me is what is the most important thing that needs to be done and how should we move towards that goal. Fighting over little things or should we be putting our total sight on putting America back to work. Should we start doing things that will focus the private sector to create jobs by working on things we all understand that we need at this very moment. Good roads, new bridges, new electrical grids, new power plants. Sure it is going to take public money, everything we do for the country cost public money, from running the govt to oversight, to building infrastructure to having a military. Do people really believe that refraining from doing things as a govt because of it's cost is a bad thing, and who would do these things if not the govt . Should we privatize the military and then think they will act in the peoples best interest? We all need roads and bridges, but should we go back to charging people a toll? The electrical system needs improvement, but if that cost is just added onto the cost of energy it most likely would force many business and citizens to not be able to afford what it would cost. Do we need to privatize the schools and turn the students over to local companies to determine what they are taught or forced to learn? What is more important right NOW? what would you do?