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Investing more in high-speed rail will keep U.S. competitive, White House says

Okay, time to point out some more absurdity because not enough people are doing it. The Gov’t in all their finite and obviously limited wisdom thinks it’s a good idea to sink billions of dollars (which incidentally they don’t have, minor detail I know) into high speed rail. Meanwhile we watch our roads and bridges crumble around us. No private money will touch it with a 10 ft. pole but that doesn’t stop our ignorant uncle from jumping in because hey, the Europeans are doing it. Really? I need to say that again..Really? News flash big Gov! We aren’t the Europeans! We like our cars. Like to own them. Like to drive them. Like to be in control!! We left Europe and came here for a reason. So knock off the BS and try doing something that makes sense for once in your miserable life. How much longer will this non-sense continue?


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  1. Steve Russell
    February 11, 2011 at 13:42

    Once again the Obama administration and other government faces drag the American public even further along with there GOAT ROPE. I mean hell it is not enough that we are damn near broke(OOOPS I MEAN BROKE) and China continues to gain financial power. Due to our out of control spending and unwillingness to cut out shit we don’t need. So hey lets continue the trend of stupidity and worry about high speed rails….Will someone please grab the governments retard angel for them!!! Damn it, I am sick of the weak minded people in this country who have allowed for the wool to be pulled over there eyes! We need to stand up and take our country back and our government….NOW!!! O yea and by the way..The lazy and unmotivated people of Afghanistan are enjoying ur hard earned money…Just food for thought!

  2. Scott
    February 12, 2011 at 01:02

    About like your investment in the Rathbun Honey Creek Resort. They might as well just dumped the 60 million into the lake to promote fishing.
    Sure is easy to invest in lost causes when it is not your money.

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