The DC streetcar might have cost a lot of money, but at least it’s in high demand. Wait, maybe not:
— Patrice A. Sulton (@SultonLaw) March 3, 2016
— Kriston Capps (@kristoncapps) March 4, 2016
— TPA (@Protectaxpayers) March 1, 2016
$200 million. https://t.co/6SvzUlizRc
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) March 4, 2016
All that money spent, but liberals will be thrilled with something that has been accomplished as a result:
Streetcar may not have a useful route or any riders, but its employees have a union now. pic.twitter.com/bH1OxprXnN
— Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) March 5, 2016
As if that wasn’t a major goal the whole time?
— Moe Lane (@moelane) March 5, 2016
Another win for government. Yay.
— She Cray. (@cubedblockhead) March 5, 2016
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) March 5, 2016
@mattyglesias It may not increase mobility but dammit it will increase union membership.
— Fitz_DC (@Fitz_DC) March 5, 2016
Exhibit "A" why I oppose mass transit trains. The routes cannot be changed & the unions cannot be stopped. https://t.co/CfZCdOsTCj
— Steven Kutz (@sjkz) March 5, 2016
@mattyglesias We have a streetcar?
— Jack Greenshields (@JWGreenshields) March 5, 2016