Traffic jam as an indicator of success

Traffic jams are not a measure of failure in the transportation system, they are measures of success in the activity/land use system, to wit: would you rather be a candidate with a traffic jam (from Baltimore Sun): The Swamp: An Obama traffic jam

or one with no traffic at all (from San Diego Union Tribune)

Duncan Hunter keeps on, despite lacking funds, attention

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