I feel very sorry for people who think like this.
I want choice not because I can afford something better, but because my idea of whats “best” may be quite different to yours.
For example, I consider a Christian school to be the best place to send any children I might have (assuming I can’t homeschool). That doesn’t mean it’s more expensive than a secular school, but it has something other than financial value that I personally find worth pursuing.
Worse, if we have no choice, that actually becomes a strong incentive to provide worse service. Do I really need to explain that?
No, I don’t think I do.