Help? We ain't got no help. We don't need no stinkin' help! ~ Paraphrased from the movie "Treasure of the Sierra Madre" Really? You're kidding, right-----really? Governor, are you sure you want to go there? "Out there [in the west], where men are men, rugged individualists all, they don't like the feds doing much of anything other than subsidizing their electric power and grazing and water, and building the Interstate Highway System..." George F. Will June 25, 1995 "I think in general, the Interstate and Defense Highway System has been one of the best Federal projects we have ever seen in terms of opening commerce, industry and opportunity and personal freedom for Americans." Senator Steve Symms, 1991 "Along with the GI Bill, which educated and housed Eisenhower's fellow veterans, the Interstate System has proved to be by far the most important economic-development strategy of the federal government." David S. Broder The Washington Post October 10, 1990 "More than any single action by the government since the end of the war, this one would change the face of America with straightaways, cloverleaf turns, bridges, elongated parkways. Its impact on the American economy--the jobs it would produce in manufacturing and construction, the rural areas it would open up--was beyond calculation. Dwight D. Eisenhower Mandate for change 1953-1956 (1963) Hmm, remember the olden days when Republicans weren't batshit crazy?