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To: SLB
Well then if slower is better we should lower the national speed limit to 20mph everywhere. Then we would be really, really safe.
12 posted on 11/24/2003 1:19:06 PM PST by ElkGroveDan (Fighting for Freedom and Having Fun)
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To: ElkGroveDan
And wear helmets, of course! Then, we would all be double-plus safe, I triple-guarantee it.
25 posted on 11/24/2003 1:26:29 PM PST by Freedom4US
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To: ElkGroveDan
"Well then if slower is better we should lower the national speed limit to 20mph everywhere. Then we would be really, really safe."

Only if they also lower my insurance rates to $20.00 a month.
26 posted on 11/24/2003 1:31:34 PM PST by TSgt (I am proudly featured on U.S. Rep Rob Portman's homepage: http://www.house.gov/portman/)
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To: ElkGroveDan
Well then if slower is better we should lower the national speed limit to 20mph everywhere. Then we would be really, really safe.

Think how safe we would be if the speed limit was 0.

93 posted on 11/24/2003 7:07:58 PM PST by Lazamataz (I like my women as I like my coffee: Cold and bitter.)
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To: ElkGroveDan; azhenfud; Howlin; Constitution Day
Well then if slower is better we should lower the national speed limit to 20mph everywhere. Then we would be really, really safe.

Don't give a certain Republican Senator any ideas!!

National Review Feb 98

But she remained devoted to federally imposed safety regulations. She opposed Reagan's raising of the 55-mile-per-hour national speed limit, pushed for a mandatory third rear brake light (which had no lasting effect on auto safety), and bribed states to raise their drinking age to 21. Legal developments arguably left her no choice but to mandate airbags for cars -- but she did so enthusiastically. It was as if her personal obsession with control and caution spilled over into her policymaking. ``In all my efforts to promote safer transportation, I tried to respect individual choice,'' she wrote in Unlimited Partners. But airbags had to be designed just so; speed limits could not be raised; people wouldn't buckle up on their own. (Mrs. Dole also supported fuel-efficiency standards that had the perverse effect of taking more lives than airbags save.)
Um, the National Review is conservative enough for most isn't it? Thought so.
94 posted on 11/24/2003 7:38:19 PM PST by billbears (I've got my roadside seatbelt checker spot picked out. Call 1-800-DOLECARES to get yours!!)
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