Or you fail at getting your point across.
You tried to disqualify me from your first response. Somehow, "the public gets a say in how public money is used" is translated into, "you want perfection".
I gave you a chance to walk it back, but your misrepresentation was deliberate, and you have doubled down on it.
In attacking my position, you attack the right of the public to control how public money is used. I'd respect your anti-democratic position if you were upfront about it. Democracies have their failings - one is that they don't have strong defenses against special-interest liars like yourself.
It's still better than a negative return. And on top of the interest return you have people employed who pay taxes and participate in the national economy which is worth something.
Moving the goalposts AND economic ignorance. 10% over 20-25 years *is* a negative return. You can do better with bonds. And the worst part is that the 10% return is imaginary. Check back on that prediction in 25 years.
All these lies for what? So that a "green" corporation can get cheaper loan money from the government at the expense of the public. You lying corporate crony.