With nearly empty buses, GVT’s extended hours don’t make sense

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Well said, except for the tiny detail that the term “progressive left” is an oxymoron. Seems to me that “flat-Earth left” would have been a more accurate euphemism. After all, they just can’t accept, or even comprehend, the empirically observable and provable fact of the inherent workability and wisdom of coercion-free exchanges between voluntary buyers and voluntary sellers in a free marketplace devoid of gubmint-based coercion. I guess the poor souls don’t realize that individuals who combatively insist — demonizing their political opponents as “greedy” and/or “uncaring” every obnoxiously ad hominem step of the way — on trying to “do good” with other people’s money are on the wrong side of Karma. I truly believe that some of the flat-Earth collectivist left would actually rather see heavily subsidized mass transit buses than reasonably-priced Luke-Skywalker-type anti-gravity speeders for everybody.

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