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Cantor's inane argument that bicycle riders have something to do with highway funding shortfalls brings to mind this piece of ironic humor from post-Weimar Germany;

First man: The Jews are to blame for all of Germany's troubles today.
Second man. Yes, And the bicycle riders.
First man. Why the bicycle riders?
Second man. Why the Jews?

And so I ask mein kleine Eric, "why the bicycle riders?"

by Mike S. on Sep 7, 2011 11:16 am • linkreport

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