OK, you are a typical Utah legislator. You preach that government should be run like a business. You even threaten to close services of government — parks anyone? – that don’t bring in enough revenue.
So you then look at a branch of government that is making $100 million a year in revenue, selling a product that has an 85 percent markup — 85 percent!! — and say “well, of course, we need to cut back on that.”
And then you go back to complaining about not having enough money, and closing parks, and cutting funding to teachers and universities.
And wondering why the public thinks you are an idiot.