Sarcasm won't get any farther than writing the governor. But in reality, nothing changes without a clear understanding of why LIRR is so slow. The usual 'explanations' don't cover it. Sure, Jamaica is slow. But schedules mostly unchanged from the 19th Century might. And maybe some parts work better, like perhaps Great Neck Port Washington. Or not. But Port Jeff is between awful and horrible - and super slow. Of course, unlike much of Nassau, lots of grade crossings, single tracking, unreliable diesel equipment, nowhere near enough direct service IN RUSH HOUR to Penn, no chance perhaps for decades for direct service at all to GCT. And no one really to ask for improvements. MTA board - PJ clearly not any sort of priority. PCAC, LIRCC are great but in the end have little influence on the MTA board for things like this.
So no, I'm not stupid enough to blame the 'train driver'. But in the nearly 30 years since my first commute from Long Island, I've gotten tired of the mediocrity. BUT - if anyone has any good ideas on how to improve things, it would be the experts here. And that's NOT sarcasm.