Friday, November 26, 2010

California's Version of "High" Speed Rail

It didn't cost the taxpayers $40 billion to build, either:

A sophisticated cross-border tunnel equipped with a rail system, ventilation and fluorescent lighting has been shut down by U.S. and Mexican officials — the second discovery of a major underground drug passage in San Diego this month, authorities said Friday.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

So, your point here is that mexicans could build it cheaper than gringos?

No wonder republicans are dead in California.

Darren said...

If that's what you get from this, it's no wonder you're an internet troll.