Should a Chattanooga Atlanta maglev train be funded?

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What? Are we now trying to catch up to the worthless spending levels of California? There are not enough possible customers to make such an expenditure worthwhile. Only in the movies can "If we build it, they will come" have a good ending. If it were to somehow be successful, the airlines would take the biggest hit. If it were to be built, imagine all the Seizures by Imminent Domain that would be necessary between Chattanooga and Atlanta? Are you seeing a trend here?

At the base of this lies the real agenda. It is part of Agenda 21's attack on individual property rights. Agenda 21 fully intends to move people from their rural and suburban homes back into the city in what is commonly referred to as Stack and Pack Housing. Google it. When we all live in a tightly controlled area with no individual property rights, ride bicycles for transportation, cannot afford to own a car by design of the government, America will be in our past.

Agenda 21 - United Nations Sustainable Development, which has been widely accepted by Chattanooga's local governments dating back to the early 90's, will be among the reasons America falls, if it is allowed to succeed. There will be very little land left that is not totally controlled and set aside for special purposes.

This bullet train idea is directly connected to Sustainable Development. Mark my words. This will not end well. Imagine life in America without property rights! To me it is unimaginable.

March 22, 2013 at 8:39 p.m.
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