California Bullet Train

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    So cali's politicians are involved in yet another fiasco of their own making/doing and think trump should fork over other peoples money to help prevent them from cleaning up their act...I say no dice and thank you President Trump
     
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    But of course he cancels the bullet train. We need to bring back coal-burning steam engines, dammit! That'll make America great again, by golly.

    I know trump lovers wouldn't know this becauce they don't travel outside of their district.....most of the world have bullet trains even African are getting them....and it is the best and most convenient way of traveling.
     
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    "even Africa"? hmmmmmmmm...shouldn't the rest of the world be pouring all that money into climate change solutions? why on earth would they invest in those trains when the planet is in such peril and needs their money?
     
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    Good. If Cali wants a bullet train their tax payers can pay for it.

    They talked about such a train down her in Florida but our Governor wisely passed on that deal.
     
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    As is expected, along comes a dipshit spewing hyperbolic nonsense. You want a new toy? Pay for it yourself. Your politicians and the favored contractors they enriched are to blame for this financial fiasco not the annoying orange.
     
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    Says the guy who is totally ignoring knee-deep corruption and bureaucracy that has crippled the entire project for years and $billions.....
    I am so surprised............









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    Great, someone that has no clue about the California "bullet" train.
     
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    Americans today are too weak to accomplish great things. We’d rather beg for tariffs and subsidies from the big fed gubmint so we can do mindless, low skill labor than go out and accomplish anything.
     
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    Well, being $46 billion over budget and 10 years behind schedule certainly suggests California is too weak to accomplish anything...dumbass.
     
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