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RE: A sobering thought
"Buchholz, Steven" <Steven.Buchholz@kla-tencor.com> wrote:
> The other interesting occurrence here in California is that the CHP used the
> argument that it is difficult to catch truckers with their radios to have
> unmarked cars approved. In typical form, they appeased the rest of the
> public by saying that such cars are used only to catch truckers. Well, now
> that they have them they are finding that they work just fine for catching
> cars too ... and now the CHP has taken the final plunge, the big news here
> is the use of RADAR to catch "aggressive drivers" ...
The Peoples Republik of Kalifornia is striving to be a U.S. leader in
the race to strip away freedom and empower the government at the
expense of it's subjects.
> ... the good news here though is that California's governor has decided not
> to appeal the ruling that California's $300 Smog Impact Fee was illegal ...
I found that as surprising as the change to exempt pre-'74 cars
from a smog check requirement.