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by Tanya Snyder
“Can Tea Partiers Becomes Smart-Growth Urbanists?” rings true to me. A lot of the stated Tea Party principles are actually perfectly sound–it’s just that the movement has suffered from an unfortunate association with Sarah Palin, anti-Obama nutcases, racism, etc. Some people would say that those are the true essence of the tea party, but I think it’s foolish to discount peoples’ legitimate grievances, and it’s a major failure on the Democratic party’s part that they’ve totally failed to address and direct the powerful populist anti-establishment forces.
“I still don't understand how traffic engineers are so concerned about "liability, liability, liability" for any remotely nonstandard design, and then actual, real life death traps are allowed to persist with no accountability whatsoever.”
– Jake Wegmann
In response to "Tampa, Florida: A Case Study in Saddling the Poor With Traffic Violence"