(A), government, is always incompetent and expensive, while (B), the private sector, is always capable and efficient. Contracting out for government services gets you at least part way from A to B.
You can recite it to rosary beads, and engrave it over doorways. It’s an eternal truth: simple and pure.
Some people are nothing but troublemakers. A certain Radha Iyengar finds salaried government lawyers in public defender offices (lazy timeserving bureaucrats) creating more value per dollar than private lawyers (honest hardworking competent professionals) on contract. They cost less per case and get their clients shorter sentences. Ms. Iyengar has no manners and the public lawyers don’t know their place. You can let this kind of thing get you all upset, or you can just go back and reread the first two sentences of this post a few times.