Too Slow

We have 18th century systems and procedures attempting to deal with 21st century issues and failing.

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We have 18th century systems and procedures attempting to deal with 21st century issues and failing. Punch cards when we are looking at quantum computing. And there are some who want to take that away from us. Not only do we have inefficiency and sluggishness, we have corruption and insurrection. A failing system under attack.

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