It is a well known fact to the D. C. Auto Geek Reading population that affordable golf carts Florida exist both in Washington D. C. (our nation’s capital) and the city of Port Charlotte in southwest Florida. This is no controversial statement. Golf carts (affordable and otherwise) most likely exist in every state and territory of the country. However, it might be a controversial statement to say that this particular mode of transportation did not exist in a particular state or territory. All that being said, that controversial statement cannot be made with honesty because we (the D. C. Auto Geek Blog editorial board) do not believe this to be the case.
ELIMINATING A GOLF CART FLORIDA FROM D. C. MADE IN PORT CHARLOTTE, FLORIDA
In order to make this controversial statement a true statement then one must engage in a campaign to systematically eliminate all golf carts from Washington, D. C. that have been made in Florida. This would require a bit of research in order to determine where each golf cart found within the territorial boundaries of our nation’s capital had been manufactured. Once it has been determined that a golf cart found in Washington, D. C. had been constructed in Florida the person performing the research would then have to devise a system to remove said golf cart from the municipality.
One might reasonably inquire as to why one might want to engage in such an activity. What reasonable purpose could this activity be in the service of and even if it was a reasonable purpose would it be worth doing? Would there be a return on investment if this activity was seen through to its logical conclusion? These questions must first be answered before one embarks on this project in order to determine if this would be the best use of his or her time.
All of Washington D. C. is abuzz regarding the impending visit to our nation’s capital of a parade of affordable golf carts Florida arriving straight from the city of Port Charlotte. This parade of golf carts have driven all the way up the east coast of the U. S. A. starting in Florida, crossing into Georgia, then through South Carolina, then through North Carolina, then into Virginia and finally into Washington D. C. Once in the city limits of Washington D. C. the golf carts will head over to the national mall and take a tour of all the great monuments and museums situated in that physical locality.
AFFORDABLE GOLF CARTS FLORIDA FROM PORT CHARLOTTE WILL SOON ARRIVE IN WASHINGTON D. C.
The entire D. C. Auto Geek family and readership base shall be in attendance at the national mall in order to greet this fantastic parade. In fact, this amazing cavalcade will be driving all over the city of Washington D. C. through all four quadrants including South East, South West, North East and North West. This parade might have a problematic effect on the traffic within the city limits of Washington D. C. but sometimes it becomes necessary to throw caution to the wide in order to fully ingest the marrow from the bone of life.
Of course the crown jewel of Washington D. C. is the national mall itself. There the many monuments, museums and government buildings are all on prominent display. The monuments include, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, the Vietnam War Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, the Memorial for World War I I, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial and many others. The museums include all the Smithsonian Museums including the Air and Space Museum, the Native American Museum, the African American Museum and many others.
There is a small segment of the Auto Geek community in Washington, D. C. that drive affordable carts Florida all the way from Port Charlotte. Many of the regular car driving Auto Geeks look down upon the golf cart drivers. The logic behind this condescension is that larger, regular cars are more powerful and the golf carts are small and wimpy by comparison. Some golf cart drivers do not accept this lower status, however, and there is a growing protest movement calling themselves the Port Charlotters. Their argument is not without merit. Washington, D. C. is the capital of the leader of the free world. And equality goes hand in hand with freedom according to the liberal credo.
AFFORDABLE CARTS FLORIDA DRIVING AROUND WASHINGTON D. C.
Who can say whether one day golf carts will be considered on par with regular, full sized cars. When we speak of equality we generally are referring to equality before the law. In other words if a golf cart and a regular car had a dispute which was settled in a court of law the law would treat the golf cart and the regular car equally in terms of the application of the law.
Of course we know by many objective qualitative standards a golf cart and a regular car are not equal. For one thing, a car is larger than a golf cart. In this very straight forward measurement we can see that the two vehicles are not equally large. However, equality before (or under) law is not the same thing as physical equality. Many people do not understand this distinction. And many people will choose to remain willfully ignorant of this distinction. The law, however, cannot afford to be biased in this manner and the entire legal system has been structured to weed out this type of bias.
One of my favorite autos to geek out about is a golf cart Florida that I sometimes use to drive around Washington, D. C. To clarify, the name of the golf cart is Florida and I procured her from the Port Charlotte area of Florida which is why I christened her with the name Florida. My loyal readers might not be aware of the fact that I name all my autos. If that makes me a geek then so be it. What do I care what you people think of me anyway? I write this blog for my own purposes and not to entertain you people.
Driving My Golf Cart Florida
Sometimes I drive my golf cart from Port Charlotte down to the Washington Mall. Because it is a golf cart I can drive on the side walks and in and around all of the magnificent monuments. I start on Capitol hill near the Capitol building. I then head down Independence Avenue past the Native American museum, the Air and Space museum and the old Smithsonian building. Sometimes I stop and take in a congressional staffer softball game if I happen to be driving my golf cart during softball season.
After the softball game I climb back into Florida and continue on towards the Washington Monument. Once there I drive a couple of laps around the giant white obelisk. I look to the side to see the White House as I circumnavigate and then I slingshot myself in the direction of the Lincoln Memorial. On the way I pass the World War II Memorial and the Korean War Memorial before reaching the Lincoln Memorial. Then I drive up the other side past the Vietnam Memorial, the White House, the National Archives, the National Museum of Art and the other Smithsonian Museums on that side of the National Mall that presently slip my mind.