Monday, December 06, 2010

Caving to the Roadbuilders: Robin Vos

Long story here; in essence, gas-tax revs are going south, and DOT will have to cancel some projects.

(Note well: never, EVER, is "Spend Less Money" considered in this article.)

So now we "have to" find a "solution." Walker won't raise the gas tax.

Robin Vos to the rescue!!

Rep. Robin Vos (R-Rochester), an incoming co-chairman of the Joint Finance Committee, supports tolling, but acknowledged the state's options are limited because of federal law.

He said he is not bothered by a "reasonable adjustment" to the registration fee.

And I'm "not bothered" by a reasonably-firm Size 14 up Robin Vos' ass, either, folks.

3 comments:

Tim Morrissey said...

Please add my size 12-D to the "message."

Anonymous said...

hey we already caved to the road builders on the train, why not cave somemore?

John Foust said...

"Reasonably-firm Size 14 up Robin Vos' ass"? What is this, Boots and Sabers? "Reasonably firm"?