Obama has his own 'bridge to nowhere'...

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    Republicans Criticize Obama Trip to Ohio Bridge Years From Being 'Shovel-Ready'

    The White House says 'Pass it right away'... 'act as soon as possible'...

    ...even though with full funding (even if the federal government contributes $1.9 billion, another $500 million from state and local authorities would still be needed. The project so far has only $90 million to its name), they are 4 years from being able to 'act as soon as possible' on this bridge replacement because of the environmental hurdles.

    Can you same lame ass election year photo op stunt? Hell, the bridge is owned by Kentucky, but he's doing the appearance from the Ohio side because they have 20 electoral votes to Kentucky's 8.
     
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    How many times do you have to get burned? Didn't we just see the Obama administration fast track a half billion dollar loan to a failing business heavily invested by democrat party doners? Stealing money from the producers in this Country and turning over to junk companies is the way to ruin. Maybe that's Obama's master plan, to ruin this Country as some sort of weird payback for they way he thought his hippie mother and alcoholic bigamist father were treated.
     
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    while I do not disagree with the sentiments you just expressed, this is less about fraud and waste, and more about using a 'jobs bill' as a political stunt in an election year.
     

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