Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by rivergator, Jun 16, 2013.
Anyone figure this out?
geez louise- let's worry about something important
We already have WAY too many of these specialized license plates.
Bravo Governor Scott!
Did you read the story?
Next thing you know they'll want a "carbon" tag.
Sounds spiteful given the others he approved
So, which part of "we already have WAY too many of these specialized license plates" are you having difficulty comprehending, river?
If you tell me, perhaps I can help?
Once again, Dave, before you accuse others of a lack of comprehension, you need to realize you're confused about this story. Scott didn't do away with the wildflower plate. He just didn't allow the price hike on it like he did on other plates. That's why I asked if anyone could figure out why.
Meanwhile, he agreed to add a Freemasonry plate.
Freemason plate. Now you're talking.
I would be willing to bet those plates are very low on the totem pole and the state loses money on them and that is why the surcharge