Hillary Clinton pushes for reinstatement of national 55 mph limit — Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, ex-First Lady and likely future presidential candidate threw out an odd legal suggestion to the National Press Club this week: a nationwide return to the double-nickel. According to Clinton, “The 55-mile speed limit really does lower gas usage. And wherever it can be required, and the people will accept it, we […]

via Hillary Clinton pushes for reinstatement of national 55 mph limit — Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

5 responses to “Hillary Clinton pushes for reinstatement of national 55 mph limit — Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

  1. rightwingterrorist

    “the people will accept it”
    Or else…

    • I think in ’17 we are going to start seeing things coming to a head with the states

      • rightwingterrorist

        That may be true, but hell…
        I thought the economy (stock markets actually) would crash, the blacks would be rioting and burning down their homes, and with Jade Helm in full swing people would start to get rounded up.
        Last summer.

      • Yeah, I get you, but the states themselves are starting to take a stand. Everything form O-care exchanges to ATF laws and tranny laws.

      • rightwingterrorist

        …and that may continue for a bit until so called “red” states are flooded with statist immigrants, refugees, and invaders.
        Along with the dead they’ll vote early and often. (not that I think voting makes a damn bit of difference anymore.)
        Although I have to wonder if we’ll even get that far before the fireworks start.
        We’ll see, and who knows?
        The way I see it we’re already at war and have been for some time.
        On religious, ideological, and racial fronts.
        There’s already been plenty of bloodshed to confirm this, but only one side seems to be fighting.
        With the courts stacked against those who still believe in freedom.
        I wonder what happens when one side declares war, starts killing, and the other side not only fails but refuses to acknowledge it?

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