The Greyhound bus company does have a point when it claims that occasional delays are sometimes necessary in order to maintain the safe operation of its fleet. Still, the overall quality of its bus service has dropped drastically across the nation since the Bush administration took office. While the overall custodial care of the stations have improved, the variety of refreshments in the vending machines have diminished in both quality and quantity.
While the deplorable condition of the seating in the waiting areas is the most common complaint amongst concerned customers, no relief is in sight as new and expanding bowling alleys have tied up the supply of plastic chairs for years to come.
On the other hand, customers have nothing but good things to say about the free Internet WiFi service provided for bus passengers. The adding of infant changing stations in the rear bathrooms of the buses gets a good grade from mother passengers.
If you are a bus riding passenger for Ron Paul and would like to address some of these issues, then you need to meet with us at midnight this coming Saturday, June 11th in the waiting room of the Tulsa, Oklahoma Greyhound bus station.