If we would just quit putting deer crossings in high traffic areas, less deer would be injured and we would potentially avoid hundreds of thousands automobile accidents and possibly save billions of dollars.
The DMV reports:
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) there are 1.5 million car accidents involving deer per year. And, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the average collision cost for this type of accident is $2,800, with the figure leaping to $10,000 if injury is involved.
Is there some sort of government conspiracy to put deer crossings in high traffic places so that more deer will die and drivers will have more accidents?
One lady that called into a radio talk show hosted from Fargo, ND might think so…
Michael Snyder wrote an article recently about how the American people continue to get stupider and stupider (yes, “stupider” is a word, look it up).
I can’t say that I disagree with that. It is obvious that we are being dumbed down. Anyone who follows Mark Dice on YouTube has probably seen evidence of that on a regular basis.
As my good Friend Dr. Eowyn stated, after watching this video, “Just remember: this woman votes. God help us.”
Though the stupid voter angle is of serious concern, I am personally more bothered that this woman is allowed to drive. She could kill someone.
By the way… She is clearly not the only person in America who holds these opinions…
We can complain about the actions, or inactions, of our elected representatives, but when we have a population of idiots electing them, is there any real chance we might fix that?
I wonder who these people are voting for? What do you think?
This resurrects the age old question…
Can you fix stupid?