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Rail cars could be crammed with up to 150 people when Nazis liquidated Jewish ghettos and shipped prisoners to the camps. Before trains even reached their destinations and were unloaded with their human cargo, hundreds of prisoners often had died due to the horrible conditions inside cars like this.
"My high-speed rail proposal will lead to innovations that change the way we travel in America. We must start developing clean, energy-efficient transportation that will define our regions for centuries to come," Obama said at an event near the White House.
"We're going to make travel in this country leaner and a whole lot cleaner," said Vice President Joe Biden, speaking before Obama.
During the 2008 presidential campaign, Obama pledged to support a national network of faster passenger trains. The administration has already dedicated $1.3 billion in federal funding for Amtrak.
[ I especially love the people who claim there's a guillotine in each car. Bullets are not that expensive.
Originally posted by dizziedame
Why haul us anywhere if they are only going to kill us?
It would be more cost effective to use a back hoe and a dump truck.
Just have us stand outside our homes, shoot us and scoop us up and throw us in the dump truck.
Use the back hoe when the truck is full and dig a hole and dump the bodies and cover them up. We would become worm food.
The only logical reason, in my opinion, to build comfortable rail cars and fema camps is to transport those citizens who are homeless so the government can house them and deter crime against those citizens that are stable and can take care of themselves.
Customized Backhoe Loaders Will Improve State of Readiness for Marines Caterpillar Inc. today delivered the first of 148 specially equipped 420D IT backhoe loaders to the United States Marine Corps (USMC). The new backhoe loaders will replace older machines that no longer meet Marine specifications, offering the USMC engineering organization a higher state of readiness for mission requirements around the globe. The configuration of the USMC backhoe loaders is based on the commercial version of Caterpillar's 420D IT, which is built at the company's Building Construction Products Division (BCP) facility in Clayton, North Carolina. Each machine has been ...