Kansas City Star Hates Ford F-150?!?

Near the end of an uninspired screed against big trucks, there was a curious line in this morning's paper:

"As long as individuals get to make their own choices about personal transportation, motorists will have to get along as best they can on the roads."

Sorry . . . But the fatalistic tone that seemingly begs for cars to be confiscated from Americans is telling about the worldview of editorial scribes working for the newspaper.  

Our question . . .

Does the average Kansas City resident want to give up their big truck . . . Or have a chip on their shoulder against motorists. 

MAYBE . . . The answer might explain why fewer and fewer people care about the directives from editorial screeds.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

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