The Smithsonian Museum of Problems
The Smithsonian Institute today announced a new addition to its collection of Museums on the Mall in Washington DC.
The National Museum of American Problems is devoted to problems that never go away, and are simply to be admired. Some of the objects to be found in the Museum include
the National Debt
Kids These Days
misuse of Language
The Weak Dollar
The Strong Dollar
Financial Market Reform
The Global War on Terror
Misassessment of Risk
America's role in the Middle East, with a special collection on the Israel - Palestine conflict
The transportation wing is particularly large. Exhibits are devoted to
High Construction Costs
Pursuit of Ribbon Cuttings
Lack of Funds
The exhibits are permanent, as none of these problems is ever expected to be solved. It will be housed in vacated Metrorail Blue Line tunnels, and can be accessed via broken escalators and elevators.
The Museum welcomes ideas for additional exhibits, which can be added in the comments.