There are many that say that, “Government is too large, it is overstepping its intended reach; it’s inefficient and that anything that can be done more effectively by private enterprise, should be done by private enterprise.” And those people are right. Here is where that philosophy is in complete contradiction with what is being done currently in the state of Utah.
The state owned and operated liquor stores. Having the state controlling the sale and distribution of liquor is akin to the country of Israel owning and operating a chain of Honey Baked Ham locations. It is also similar to putting people who have never driven cars in charge of making and enforcing traffic laws.