Really, It Fixes Everything

Posted on March 21, 2014 8:00 am

A new study shows that Los Angeles has the worst traffic in the nation.

Well, there’s only one obvious solution: a new tax on people who don’t own cars.

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9 Responses to “Really, It Fixes Everything”

  1. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Must be all the drive by shootings.

  2. Jimmy says:

    The solution to traffic congestion in western Washington is to spend Billions building light rail along high mud slide cliffs and then cross our fingers when it rains.

    Idiots.

  3. Oppo says:

    Why not? Obama’s a highwayman.

    A special tax on Cadillac plans . . . death panel vans . . . illegals getting a free ride . . . “If you like your detour, you can keep your detour . . . and, of course, Obama will insist on still calling this a “freeway.” The only people to support it would be fellow travelers.

  4. DamnCat says:

    This is the solution to joblessness!
    Have a job? No tax.
    No job? pay a tax.

    “But, DamnCat.” you say “How can I pay a tax when I don’t have a job?”

    1) Not my problem.
    2) You don’t have to pay. The prisons are full of people who don’t pay taxes.
    3) Stop talking to cats – it makes you look crazy.

  5. Iowa Jim says:

    Living in Iowa, I’m not really sure what traffic is, but I can’t recall a time when Los Angeles didn’t have the worst traffic in the nation.

    And can somebody stop putting quaaludes in DamnCat’s tuna?

  6. Oppo says:

    Is it just as crazy to listen to a cat as to talk to one?

  7. DamnCat says:

    @Oppo
    No – listening to cats shows good judgement on your part.

  8. jw says:

    it’s california. who cares?

    the longer they are stuck in traffic, the less stupidity they can foist on the rest of us.

  9. Jimmy says:

    @6: Apparently, however, you’re crazy for having asked the question (you talked to a cat!), but showed good judgment to listen to his answer.

    Does this make the Cat a pontificator? Or are some of us just crazy? I ain’t asking him because I don’t talk to Cats.

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