I’m reading The NAFTA Superhighway article that Yglesias linked to. Having had the pleasure of listening to conservatives rant about the NAU in person (a friend dragged me to a Minuteman rally he was documenting the craziness of), I’m glad to see a quality take-down. But here’s the part that made me laugh out loud:
If there was a NAFTA highway, you could bet that Tom Friedman would be for it–what could be more flattening than miles of concrete paved across the continent?
When in doubt, make fun of Tom Friedman. He’s comedy gold.
UPDATE: Here, Matt Zeitlin, hoping to draw more trolls to his site, argues for the Trans-Texas Corridor — or at least for its legitimacy as part of a democratically chosen transportation policy. Silly Man…