I find most of this to be terribly not amusing.
Chip Dapper wrote:
A.) Private enterprise would build anything that makes money. Including roads. Period.
B.) It stands to reason, and in accordance with the Invisible Hand of the Market, that passage on privatized roads would cost only as much as potential patrons were willing to pay.
C.) The simple fact that roads have been built, maintained and regulated by federal authority for as long as any living creature can remember does not mean that this is the only workable option.
D.) How reasonable can you possibly be if even the thought of an alternative means of road / highway construction, maintenance and regulation sends you into a flurry of dependance upon and vehement defense of the status quo without even a thought given to the presence of options?
As someone who often strays into personal attack, this here seems to sit right on the line of a personal attack. Don't attack my points, just question how reasonable of a person I am instead.