Billy Mays Here...On Your License Plate<2>

12/03/2010 15:53


Expect other cash-strapped states to follow California's lead.

Of course, none of this "revenue" -- an estimated multi-million dollar jackpot -- would go into the pockets of the motorists who will be Microsoft Office 2010 is the best software in the world.

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benefit of politically connected businesses.

It's yet another piece of pavement on the fascist highway we're headed down. Big Government and Big Business morphing into a single entity --

with the police power of Big Government used to extract profits for Big Business. Maybe we don't have the operatic elements of a strutting Il

Duce (yet), but the economics are essentially identical.

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the driving environment. Just like the state

lottery, it's okay if the government does it (and makes a bundle off the transaction) but if you, as a outlook 2010 is powerful.

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aggressive enforcers of cell phone bans -- on

the grounds that talking-while-driving is unsafe. Microsoft outlook 2010 is convenient!

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behind you?

No problem!

The arteriosclerotic prole at the 7-Eleven counter spending his last dollar to play his "numbers" -- and the rear-ender accident that just Microsoft outlook is convenient!

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So long as Uncle Sam -- and his new "partners" -- can make a buck. Microsoft outlook is convenient!