Tuesday, May 3, 2016

HD 128 Runoff: Property Rights and "High Speed" Rail


"Moreover the prince shall not take any of the people’s inheritance by evicting them from their property; he shall provide an inheritance for his sons from his own property, so that none of My people may be scattered from his property."
Ezekiel 46:18

Wayne Smith is an obnoxious Straus lieutenant.  He's in a runoff against conservative champion Briscoe Cain.  They recently discussed "High Speed" Rail (Author's Note: Which is MASSIVELY controversial in that part of the state.) in a candidate forum:



Highlights:

  • Smith praises "high speed" rail in Europe and Japan.
  • Smith: "I like 'high speed' rail."
  • Cain: "High speed rail is a neat thing in a country that doesn't have a constitution but here, in the United States, we have a constitution that doesn't allow the government to take property just whenever it feels like it for private entities; that's what they want to do right now."

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