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I think one can make a strong argument that transportation and urban planning are primarily local issues. That the federal government collects transportation taxes and delivers them to the states and localities with strings attached causes problems regardless of whether one is pro-bike or not. Invariably these strings will piss of a local constituency. I don't think that most Tea Party folks are anti-bike. Frankly they probably don't care one way or the other. Of course the New York Times did write an excellent hit piece equating the Tea Party with the black helicopter crowd.

"These individuals have interpreted the UN’s Agenda 21 as an international plot, implemented by a Town Hall near you, to herd humanity into habitation zones and save the rest for the animals at the behest of enviro-fascists and their bicycle advocate shock troops."

Hey if that is what Agenda 21 is really all about where do I sign up?

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