Today's Spectator has a column by Andrew Dreschel in which he quotes Ron Foxcroft expressing concern about the West Harbour location for the Pan Am / Ti-Cats Stadium:
We can talk all we want about public transit but, in North America, we drive cars.
Of course, the principal reason we North Americans drive cars is that we talk about building public transit but spend our money building all-you-can-drive roads, highways and parking lots.
Foxcroft's transit defeatism merely advocates continuing to do what we've always done because it's what we've always done.
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