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Original post made by Tim Hunt, Castlewood, on Mar 8, 2012

The Democrat party politicians both in Washington D.C. and Sacramento refuse to put a bullet through the engine of the high-speed rail project.

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Posted by sal
a resident of Downtown
on Mar 9, 2012 at 1:03 pm

sal is a registered user.

"The Democrat party politicians both in Washington D.C. and Sacramento refuse to put a bullet through the engine of the high-speed rail project."

Excuse me Tim! Did you just say “Democrat Party”? It’s called the Democratic Party!!!! Considering Tim is probably a right-wing, Fox News enthusiast, it must not even register to him that the term “Democrat Party” is totally offensive. This is hackish journalism in its purest form. He owes readers an apology for this one.

By the way, Tim seems like the type it of guy that can’t think of a world beyond petroleum dependent, auto-oriented suburbs. It appears that he is so visionless that he can’t see the potential benefits of a high speed train system. Tim is invested in a 1952 vision for America, not a 2012 vision. He truly epitomizes the “Culture of NO”.



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Posted by Spacini@comcast.net
a resident of Parkside
on Mar 9, 2012 at 8:08 pm

Sal, no one owes you are your leftist comrades an apology. There is no longer anything democratic about the democrat party.
Unless you are part the the temporary union grunts who will lay the tracks on the rails to nowhere, what do you gain with this boondoggle? Gov moonbeams legacy...empty trains, major taxpayer subsidies, uprooted families, spilt properties, construction litter, etc. think Amtrak...another govt failure. Just say no.....


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