has this man got a point?

I've just seen the following quote commenting on a possible solution to transport congestion in York.

"In this country we have to desperately seek problems, such that then we can rack our collective council pea-brains to come up with a solution; form sub-committees, steering groups, consultation exercises, followed by decisions on advertising and, gawd 'elp us, 'branding' and what logo to paint on their sides.

Just do it. It's not particularly advanced thinking, it's too obvious for that.

Wait a minute; Health & Safety..... insurance....Oh, well, forget it then....."

Whether you agree with the idea or not, you can't help thinking the guy quoted has a point.

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