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Too overwhelmingly much of the proposerd finaancing is shifty, skanky and terrifyingly unreliable.

My favorite example is the "savings" from IT reform in the medical community. Since the wave of reform is already well advanced, there is increasingly less to be saved. My professional technogeek son laughs at the idea to start with.

We need to see accumulated savings "in the bank" before considering this as a source of funding.