California has spent billions of taxpayer dollars (state and federal) on high-speed rail projects, none of which are anywhere near complete (or have been abandoned). But the projects being proved wildly expensive to the point of being unfeasible haven’t stopped the “dream” from going national:

The Transportation Secretary in a president’s cabinet is currently paid slightly over $219,000 a year, and taxpayers are getting their money’s worth, because, with Vox’s help, Buttigieg is an idea machine:

Anybody want to ask Pete what the projected cost of all that would be? Whatever the answer is, at the very least triple it:

Buttigieg’s “dream” would require trillions.

Perhaps Democrats look at $30 trillion in debt and figure what’s the difference if it’s $40 trillion.

They do have their “priorities.”

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