Friday, May 12, 2006

Another Reason to Vote No on 1 and 2

It looks like grass roots opposition to the Regional Transportation Initiative is beginning to get some real traction. The proponents have lofted a slick hit piece against its opponents.

Slick, yes, but also filled with lies and evasions that add up to more reasons to vote no on 1 and 2… a backlash that the proponents didn’t expect. You don’t have to take my word for it because Mike Bryan over at Blog For Arizona has done a detailed analysis (and gutting) of the piece. You can read it here. Send it to a friend. Keep up the pressure.

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SonoranDesertRat said...

Farley is on board with this piece from the looks of it.
By the way, it was one of four pieces of mail I got today from the Yes on 1 and 2 folks, and the fifth this week. I'm used to getting political mail in the run up to a vote, but I don't think I've ever got anywhere near this much from any one issue this fast.

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anonymous said...

YES! The CAVE's finally lost their fight to stop the advancement of the Tucson Metro area. I can hear the bulldozers starting their engines already and it sounds great. Progress is a beautiful thing. Now we just got to make up for the two decades they have delayed the modernization of Tucson. Let the property acquisitions begin.

Art Jacobson said...

You bet! I'm going right up to the corner and wait for the bus. It'll be great to leave my car at home. (Ho Ho Ho)

Public Transportation: A system for moving other people from one place to another so that there is room for my car on the streets.