article chops up the sentence to form their own argument. OP then uses the opportunity to say voting for sarvis is insane.
couldn't expect less than the internet and the new dailypaul.
I bet the way he used "insane" (if at all) in a sentence is never clearly defined and the blogosphere hides their heads in the sand like typical armchair critics always do.
im willing to bet if the original quote is found, then he called the tax insane, not the voters. which it is by the way. how else would you measure accurate transportation usage except by means of GPS tracking?