It was being reported that the snowplows wouldn't be able to keep up with the predicted snowfall, and would lose the battle against the storm. The MassRATs tend to just abandon their stranded cars on the turnpike, so it becomes an impassible, unplowable mess.
Now they should be able to get out there and clear the clogged roadway, unfettered by bumper to bumper traffic, braindead morons, and buried cars.
Besides, if you've ever experienced a M@$$h0Le driver, you might want to see them banned from the roads yourself.
Forgive me, but I’m at the end of giving even one more inch. It’s true that some folks will behave stupidly and go where they shouldn’t when they shouldn’t. Those cars abandoned on the highway should suffer whatever dings a ten wheel salt truck w/plow might effect.
This was hyped as the “End of the World” part II, and it was just another snow storm. Honestly, didn’t the vast majority of people wait until the storm passed, dig out, and go about their affairs in good order? We are a level headed and resourceful people. Look at the number of posts describing many trying weather events. Manufactured crises are the means to distract and subsequently usurp. The populace gets accustomed to such directives. It becomes more and more commonplace to restrict freedom of movement. Obedience becomes paramount. Some claim that it’s the law and they’re correct. But the Stamp Act was law as well. So were the codes of Jim Crow. Law that is outside the constitution and violates Natural Rights is invalid. When a Governor bans me from visiting my elderly mother at my discretion or going to church because he believes I can’t judge the road conditions, we have a problem.
The problem as I see it is that he and his ilk have forgotten; they work for me. I pay for the highways and the crews that clear the drifts. I pay for the troopers who pull stranded motorists from the storm. I am a free man. Do not impinge on my Liberty.