Robert Stacy McCain had to stay over the night before last in Washington, and getting there was decidedly less than half the fun:
Raining cats, dogs and other small mammals in the D.C. area today. This means traffic was even worse of a mess than usual. Washington is full of people who can’t drive worth crap on a clear sunny day, and a rainstorm is an almost insuperable challenge for these incompetent vehicular menaces. The District of Columbia is the only place in America where they offer the driver’s exam in braille, and the laws against “discrimination” are so stringent in Washington that it’s considered a human-rights violation to deny a license to the mentally handicapped.
Just once in my life, I’d like to hear someone argue that “the drivers where I live are just fine, thank you very much.”