There is a Canadian radio show called That is That that seems to be a kind of audio version of the Onion, specializing in parody. Peter Simek, who lives in Texas, says that in a recent episode the show pretty much nails the entitled attitude that rich Texans have.
The conceit of the joke: Texans love to drive and a lot of them are rich, and so a few would probably be willing shell out extra $65,000 to drive on a road from Dallas to Houston that is reserved for people who can buy their way into an elite motorist clique. “Just feels good to get out there and drive with like minded people, I guess,” one interviewed character says. And another: “I take great comfort that everyone on the road has insurance.”