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Good lord -- all you people & your new cars, no doubt bought with money found in your sofa cushions (&/or expropriated from your man- & maidservants).
Yes, it is. You can vote for another party--or you can go to another jurisdiction.
but I'm going to save a couple of hundred bucks and drive up to Miami today to pick it up.
How does one drive "up to Miami"? Do you live in the Keys? Hydroplane from Havana?
How does one drive "up to Miami"? Do you live in the Keys?
Car dealerships aren't run by the government, but they are protected by (state) government laws preventing manufacturers from selling their product directly to customers, so I'm not sure that's a great example of the public sector's devotion to customer service.
If we were still under the spoils system that might be an option but changing parties does not change the efficiency of government bureaucracies. I would be interested in learning how to change my jurisdiction so that the Department of Water and Power would provide better service. Do I just declare myself a sovereign nation?
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