in other words: throw more money at the problem, thatll fix it
How about this, if you have infrastructure, maintain it.
I guess you think road maintenance is just "throwing money at the problem"?
The public housing in New Orleans, for the white people at least, was just fine. It was well maintained and well funded. As soon as they integrated, maintenance budgets were slashed. Do you not invest any money in the maintenance of your
home? If the state owns housing, is it better to just let it crumble in ruin?
In my high school in the 80s, you could tell there had been no investment in the physical plant or equipment since the 50s-60s. Is just maintaing your assests just "throwing money" at them?
You've just got an agenda that you can't see around.