Why does the forest service do controlled burns rather than just light a match and hope for the best? Starting a building on fire to bring it down is a more dangerous task full of more variables than are worth the saved cost, not to mention a huge environmental hazard. In addition, you can't be sure if the fire wouldn't spread to nearby buildings, if the building will burn "correctly" if you could even call it that, if the destruction would be minimally intrusive on the surrounding area, etc. A controlled demolition is just the safest way to do it, regardless of the cost.
But I think you knew that. It seems you just felt like throwing some extremely random scenario out there for lack of a more logical rebuttle.
Free market capitalism isn't right for America because it works better. It's right because it's free (and it works better).
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