Former Transportation Secretary Noman Mineta has an op-ed in the Post today, in which he tries to remind us that at one point, he was doing important things:
Yes, Secretary Mineta. Of course you led the delegation. And of course it was a high-level meeting. That’s cool, but it was still on aviation safety. Anyway, here’s the exposition:
[Dramatic music: Duh duh duh] Mein Gott! The plot thickens!
If there was ever a moment where supporting Ron Paul seemed like a valid stance, it’s contained in this op-ed. Sec. Mineta’s area of expertise is transportation, so it makes sense to have him talking about it, but it seems a bit of a stretch to suggest that among the greatest problems facing the third world, a pernicious threat is a driver who fails to indicate.
Norm has never taken a cab in Rome.
Does this not seem a bit out of proportion? Local villagers face chaos in the streets, and rather than turn to local government, or having local government seek out the answers on their own, they turn to Norm Mineta who then takes a solemn oath that no one will ever again get cut off in a complicated intersection?
Don’t we still face a problem with countries that think it’s okay to force abortions, to develop nuclear weapons, or, uhm, to chop women’s heads off for showing their faces?
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