No surprise that they're from the East--wherefrom the last wise men left around 2100 years ago. Now all that's left are spendaholics.
Two top members of the House Transportation Committee said they will push the president's initiative seeking to give 80 percent of Americans access to high-speed rail over te course of the next 25 years.
"I believe it's good for America to develop a high-speed rail corridor in the Northeast corridor," Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pa.), the chairman of the railroad subcommittee, said according to the Connecticut Post. "It's a place we have to start, we have to accomplish it, because then I believe all of America, in the various corridors around the country, will want high-speed rail if they see success here."
Rep. John Mica (R-Fla.), the chairman of the whole committee, also said Friday he was "pleased that President Obama has helped to launch a system for improved passenger rail service for our nation."
Pay for it yourselves, jackasses. At this time, the US taxpayer "contributes" $45.00/ticket to Amtrak riders.
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Put a target on both of them. And notice the promise always comes due long after they are gone.
Whoa whoa whoa, Deekaman. Did you use the term "target"?
Yes, yes I did. And I'm not terribly sorry. Anyone who thinks I mean other than targeting (oops, said it again) them for anything other than unelection is just making $#it up.
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