Everyone makes mistakes

Sometimes governments get details wrong. A policy that they devise from the best of intentions may, when the rules are put together, have some flaw which renders the policy less effective. When the flaws are pointed out, if the government remedies them, the opposition will loudly proclaim that the government does not know what is doing, and seek to show the government as incompetence or worse, indecisive. However, most of us would rather have good rules that work, than bad rules that are flawed and we should congratulate a government when it get things right, rather than damn it. Continue reading