Doesn’t this get submitted every year? While it might get more traction this year, in the past it hasn’t even made it out of the rubber-stamp committees.
Of course it’s unconstitutional. But it will take 10 years and millions of dollars to prove it.
Ding Ding ding.
Griz: The more of your posts I read the better I like you. I was always of the opinion that everyone needs to own a British sports car at some point in their lives - it's a humbling experience. For my father it was a TR3. My ex-wife a Spitfire. My ex-BIL an MGA (that konked out in the middle of the Holland Tunnel). My best friend an Austin Healey 3000 MkII and my first car was a 1958 Austin Healey 100-6. They introduce you to things like: Lucas - Prince of Darkness and hitting the fuel pump with a hammer, as well as Whitworth wrenches and wire wheels. Ah, those were the days. So what was your masochistic dalliance - T-series, A, B, C. Midget?