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Re: “Crunch Time for Transit: Citizens Step to the Plate to Pinch Hit for BAT

As a Dial-A-Ride to BAT convert from the day it started, I cannot be more outraged that they are even debating the idea of returning to Dial-A-Ride (DAR) only! How could they be more dumb as fiscal conservatives to shut out 98% of the ridership! YOU HAVE NO FREEDOM WITH DIAL A RIDE, and I am planning looking into an ADA complaint of my own since only fixed route (BAT) is accessible to me with Asperger's Syndrome. DAR only works only with some disabilities NOT ALL! BAT is accessible to me because it does the same routes all day and is predicible. I hated DAR because it was unpredicable & I was treated like a little kid! If its efficency you want, keep BAT and dump DAR! Fiscal conservatives doing the opposite are shooting themselves in the foot (metaforically speaking). If you can't afford this tax increase, look at what you are spending on entertainment (the "other" paper says the average household spends $200.00 a month on entertainment). For the love of god, dump your cable, ditch satelite radio, stop paying for bottled water (the proposed tax is just $1.50 a week!). If you vote no on this, that basically means you are terminally selfish, you hate our ecomony, you hate our homeworld (planet Earth), you are an A*& kissing auto/oil monger, and frankly you should be sent to Mars if you hate Earth so much!

Posted by BATryder4life on 10/09/2008 at 2:28 PM

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