Obama plan to track you in your car


What could possibly go wrong?

The Obama administration has floated a transportation authorization bill that would require the study and implementation of a plan to tax automobile drivers based on how many miles they drive.

The plan is a part of the administration’s Transportation Opportunities Act, an undated draft of which was obtained this week by Transportation Weekly.

The White House, however, said the bill is only an early draft that was not formally circulated within the administration.

“This is not an administration proposal,” White House spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki said. “This is not a bill supported by the administration. This was an early working draft proposal that was never formally circulated within the administration, does not taken into account the advice of the president’s senior advisers, economic team or Cabinet officials, and does not represent the views of the president.”

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One of the goals of the USSR was to make travel (for the masses) unnecessary.
To do that misery was almost equal everywhere.
Obama is trying as hard as he can to do that here.
Here’s a quote which somewhat relates to the move to open a new GM plant in North Carolina, a non-union plant.

“What threatens to eviscerate labor’s collective legal rights, therefore, is less the common law principle of individual liberty than the mobility of capital, which courts have held immune from popular control.”

And who wrote that?
Obama’s recess appointment to the National Labor Relations Board, Craig Becker.

Obama doesn’t want us (and our MONEY) moving about too much.
He’ll try anything to stop us.