Think about it this way. I know it is more complicated but…Imagine a pool of water or a specific size. It holds “X” gallons.Now imagine a long line of 1 gallon buckets.One group takes 5 buckets out and pours one back in.one group takes 2 buckets out and pours none in.one group takes no buckets out and pours three in.So you have 7 buckets out and 4 buckets in. How long before the pool is empty?The point is, as long as you take more than you give at some point you will run out of what ever it is you are taking.Public sector workers – while doing a service and being necessary along with being dedicated hard working people – take 100% of there “water” from the pool. Yes, they pour some of it back but the result is a net loss. private sector workers take 0% from the pool while bringing along some water they collected from the lake down the road to contribute.In order for the pool to not be drained, the private sector workers have to bring more water than the public sector workers take. So do you regulate what is taken or do you require more to be brought from the lake?The answer for any rational logical person is – of course – BOTH.