Comment 94305

By Chasball (anonymous) | Posted November 06, 2013 at 09:59:16 in reply to Comment 94291

Absolutely not; not for me - for most. By my logic, people need to justify taking things from me that does not belong to them. They can do it for good reason (as in war by conscripting me) or through taxes for necessary projects. But slowing down traffic and creating traffic jams to experiment, or make a point, or just to slow people down is not justifiable. Roads are for transport. Efficient, low polluting, time saving, convenience and happiness enhancing methodology is acceptable. I have always thought that the principle of the greatest good for the greatest number outshone most other principles. If you takes time away from the majority of people to please those who have some bucolic notion of what roads are or should be, you are a thief - nothing more.

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