Two Worlds Apart

I would get rid of car pool lanes and metering lights all together if it were up to me.
You can buy passes to get around car pool lanes, which only punishes the working poor like high gas prices do.

My point was that a service vehicle has to be on the road to survive.

The whole point of car pool lanes is to get your "office people" to carpool to and from the office.
A service vehicle is "the office".
Just like I said - you want special treatment so you will no longer have to bow to the socialists' whips and chains. Am I right?
 
Just like I said - you want special treatment so you will no longer have to bow to the socialists' whips and chains. Am I right?
This is the point where I turn and walk away from the hysterical wingnut with white stuff around the corners of his mouth.
Bye.
 
TRUMP: "The previous administration waged a relentless war on American energy." — remarks Monday.

THE FACT: This accusation is hard to sustain given the rise of U.S. energy under Obama. In 2013, the U.S. became the world's top producer both of natural gas and petroleum hydrocarbons, says the government's U.S. Energy Information Administration. As for crude oil specifically, the agency says the U.S. became the world's top crude oil producer last year. That is largely attributed to the shale oil boom that began late in George W. Bush's administration and proceeded apace during the Obama years.

The boom came because of fracking and other technology, such as horizontal drilling, that made it possible to find a lot more oil and gas without drilling more holes. (As a senator, Obama voted for a 2005 law that exempted fracking from a range of regulations.)

As president, Obama did impose fracking regulations on federal lands that were challenged by industry, then overturned by Trump, but he did little to slow the surge, especially on state and private lands. Altogether, the government issued permits for about 30,000 new oil and gas wells on federal lands during Obama's presidency.

Perhaps the central paradox of the Obama energy policy is that, despite his keen focus on wind and solar power, the greatest energy revolution of the past half century happened on his watch as U.S. petroleum and natural gas production achieved pre-eminence.

https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/ap-fact-check-trump-eco-115951030.html
I love this post. The fracking President. Who needs the Paris Accords?
 
There’s no way he meant a plumber’s truck.
That’s just taking your vehicle to work the same as anyone else.
Even if he did mean a plumber's truck, why should it get special treatment? For the last 20 years or so before I retired, I did most of my work on a laptop that I took home with me most nights. That contained almost my complete toolset. I could do my design work, write software to run on it, order parts and/or check the status of existing parts orders, read and write emails to and from coworkers, customers, and vendors. Sometimes I had to go to remote places for meetings or to run tests - I often had to drive on the freeways and didn't whine about socialism while stuck in traffic.
 
Its just you people.
You may have taken a serendipidous route to self reflection, grasshoppah.
You mean the non-indoctrinated who still think for themselves? Commies, rich white liberals, the intellectual elites? Lol, you wear your insecurity on your forehead, hilarious. You live in an all or nothing, with you or against you, fictional, paranoid, world.
 
They were told to. They can't quite illustrate why, like with all the other nutter call and response trigger mechanisms.
The loudest complaints I heard about the program was that collectible classic cars were needlessly destroyed (despite the fact that cars over 25 years old were ineligible) or that backyard junkers were included (cars had to be operable with continuous records of being registered and insured). Some charities complained that their accustomed practice of car donations was cut off, but it only lasted a couple of months.
 
EXACTLY! LOL! If all "others" would simply clear the way . . . maybe "service vehicles" should also be exempt from all taxes or paying for anything they don't want to.
Don't forget that most of the costs of operating "service vehicles" (by which he apparently means to include cars driven by realtors and the like) are deductible against the profit side of the business.
 
Don't forget that most of the costs of operating "service vehicles" (by which he apparently means to include cars driven by realtors and the like) are deductible against the profit side of the business.
Seems he doesn't think anyone can see through his various ploys and prejudices . . . as if he's really sly.
 
You mean the non-indoctrinated who still think for themselves? Commies, rich white liberals, the intellectual elites? Lol, you wear your insecurity on your forehead, hilarious. You live in an all or nothing, with you or against you, fictional, paranoid, world.
Irony Alert.
 
The loudest complaints I heard about the program was that collectible classic cars were needlessly destroyed (despite the fact that cars over 25 years old were ineligible) or that backyard junkers were included (cars had to be operable with continuous records of being registered and insured). Some charities complained that their accustomed practice of car donations was cut off, but it only lasted a couple of months.
You mean the non-indoctrinated who still think for themselves? Commies, rich white liberals, the intellectual elites? Lol, you wear your insecurity on your forehead, hilarious. You live in an all or nothing, with you or against you, fictional, paranoid, world.
Lol!
 
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