Must I remind you of what you wrote last night?<quoted text>
WTF did I say that? I said that there are people who are driving around for a purpose be it work, retired, being supported by their spouse or whatever. But it doesn't justify the amount of traffic on the road during a typical work day. And given the fact that half of our population is either partially or entirely supported by working taxpayers, it's reasonable to conclude that at least half of the people I see on the roads or streets are being supported by my tax dollar.
What I want is for anybody who can work to have a job. I drive through the city all the time and ask myself "WTF are all these people doing walking around on a work day?" Then I drive down the highway and see the same thing. Car after car of people just driving around. The only time I'm ever on the highway is when I have a doctors appointment or at work. I'm not talking about a couple of cars, I'm talking about a lot of cars. I often wished I had the authority to set up a booth on the highway just to stop people and ask what they do for income when they are on the highway instead of at work? I would really like to know what I'm doing wrong.