There is a need for public and private services to supply the needs of the community. Public services are governmental responsibilities. Whereas, private services allow you the time to research the best economic options.

When your house is on fire, you do not have the time to negotiate. Thus, government is the proper solution for this type of service. The urgency and neighborhood risk are the paramount determination. Other times like looking for food, household appliances you are afforded the opportunity to shop for the best solution. Thus, you use common sense and economic factors because you have the time to decide.

The irony is that the most critical voices are those of politicians. The individuals responsible for these decisions complain the most, especially at election time. It is time for government servants to use common sense and reality to determine the best means for ensuring effective services. The purpose of this consideration is to acknowledge that services have both a public and private domain.