I've always been "the responsible one" -- If I don't do it, who will?
But I've now been introduced to the next level, a place where even I have never gone before.
The other day I was parked in Royal Oak (in a residential area -- not Detroit, but not too far) and when I got back to my car there was a sign on it:
Thanks for buying American
You caused this Recession
I hope the next job lost will be yours
I thought about it a little, and maybe it really is all my fault... If my last car had been the domestic I'd really wanted (before two (Ford) dealerships convinced me otherwise), I seriously doubt that I would have gone 15 years between cars. I expect I would have had to put more money into it keeping it on the road. And I certainly would have spent more money on fuel.
Then I thought of John Galt.