Originally Posted by chiefzilla1501
Give me a break. I am talking about Using ROI. It's other people who are saying you don't want a rail, therefore nobody will ever want one. There are lots of things that benefit me that I don't want to be spent on. There are lots of ways to add roads and improve highways and beautify my area that affect my commute that I utterly reject.
If the return on investment is so lucrative than it will not need to be subsidized by our tax dollar, tax dollars that have already been spent before they are collected. The tax revenue collected is what? Half of what we spend? You are throwing up a pie in the sky payoff with no real numbers to back it up. The only real numbers in this conversation is the amount it will cost that the government does not have~
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