Taxi drivers say they’ve never been politicians, yet are in the same position as those on the receiving end of politicians’ largesse.
But that doesn’t mean they’re not entitled to an opinion.
When I started out as a taxi driver in the late 1990s, the taxi industry was booming, with companies like Taxi-Télécom, and other services like T.V.T. and Greyhound.
It was a new way of getting around, and the taxi drivers were taking a small cut of it.
The companies were doing their best to cater to a small number of customers who wanted the best of the taxi trade, while offering them the convenience of not having to worry about where their car was, or whether the driver was really the best choice for the job.
They were also providing cheap transportation that could be used for other things, like shopping, and not a lot of people were paying much attention to how much it cost.
Taxi drivers who weren’t politicians would be doing something completely different, one that the politicians were willing to take advantage of.
There was an old saying: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
In recent years, politicians have been able to get a huge tax break from the taxi companies.
This is partly because they were paid by the industry, but also because politicians are very good at finding loopholes in laws, and they can use the loophole to avoid paying taxes.
For example, the current law allows politicians to take money out of their campaigns to pay for their own personal travel expenses.
So, politicians are able to avoid their own campaign expenses, but not the costs of the taxis they ride.
This loophole has allowed them to take a huge chunk of their campaign spending, and in return, have got free rides for themselves.
I’m not a political operative.
My experience as a cab driver in Philadelphia was very different to what I would have expected, and I had to fight my way through many political battles, including a campaign to get me onto the city’s list of taxi-free zones.
One of the biggest obstacles that I faced was the city of Philadelphia’s own rules regarding taxis, which dictate that they must be licensed by the city, and that they can only pick up passengers from specific neighborhoods.
It was a nightmare for me to get on the list, and to be on the taxi list for too long.
In the end, I got on the cab list for about a year, and even after that, I would always try to find a place to pick up people in order to be able to use the taxi service.
Some of my friends who were taxi drivers also had to deal with these restrictions, and some of them tried to get in touch with politicians, but it wasn’t easy.
Eventually, the rules changed, and now taxi drivers can pick up riders from any part of the city.
At the time, I was really bummed that I was never able to join a cab service, because it meant that I would still have to pay taxes on the money I used to pay in taxes.
Now, however, I think I understand why politicians are always happy to take taxpayer money.
I don’t think they care about the public’s tax dollars.
A new study, released by the Tax Foundation, shows that in 2014, more than 60% of the people who take the taxi out of business were millionaires.
The study says that, by 2020, there will be an estimated 6.8 million millionaires in the United States.