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No, it's more about encouraging people to quit because someone decided that the things it lobbies for/against should be cause of concern for many AS WELL AS because it isn't infallible. I didn't notice it until just now but where is the evidence that it, as a policy, universally advocates against bike lanes, speed camera's, air, bags and mass transit?

Ok, I'm convinced. It's important for all of us to support AAA financially, because they may not actually hold the positions it advocates for. Plus they might be ineffective in their lobbying. Also, we all make mistakes sometimes--no one is infallible.

You might be able to get the same services from another organization, but if you switched, wouldn't you really be showing a kind of petty small-mindedness towards AAA?

About the only argument we haven't heard is that it's more moral to stay and try to change AAA "from the inside."

by oboe on Feb 16, 2013 2:06 pm • linkreport

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