Haha. I see this kind of discussion everywhere.
Honestly, I believe there are a lot of people who are not honest enough to accept that they don't entirely comprehend what in reality is a really complex system, and so absurd simplifications of some things seem to them like a sure fix to all the problems that ail us.
Yes, we have problems. Yes, not everything we do is optimal, and there is a lot of room for improvement. But reducing things to a simplistic "GOVERNMENT SHOULD JUST DO X AND THAT WOULD FIX ALL THE PROBLEMS" makes people look silly, and really shows the level of political maturity and knowledge in the country that is supposed to be one of the older democracies in the hemisphere (that likes to "bring freedom" to other countries).
People who don't understand complex systems, or people who don't think that government/the-state/society is a really complex system and are prepared to digest its functioning do not really contribute a lot to the political discourse of the nation when making uninformed statements whose simple and dumb loopholes are easily explored in less than a minute by comments such as the one I am responding to. Still it's a free country.
But we should make a comedy show where we listen to all sorts of silly absolutist political pronouncements from the uninformed (and the dishonest, too, for kicks). Think of it as "An Idiot Abroad" but for politics.