Roads & Bridges

Stop me if you have heard this before:

We still have too many ports that aren’t equipped for today’s world commerce.  We’ve still got too many rail lines that are too slow and clogged up.  We’ve still got too many roads that are in disrepair, too many bridges that aren’t safe,” – President Rinse and Repeat

That’s right folks, our roads and bridges are still in need of repair, despite the 2009, $800 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act! Don’t those words sound great together? Who could possibly be against Reinvesting in America’s Recovery? And putting Americans back to work at the same time?? It’s a win – win.  Why we were going to invest that $800 billion in rebuilding America’s infrastructure, improving deteriorating schools, and beginning the transition to green energy. What noble and heart warming causes, that only evil, backwater, troglodytes, (ie; conservatives) could possibly oppose. But alas, here we are again today, 4 years later almost to the day, and the cause continues. WE NEED TO SPEND MORE MONEY! We need to reinvest in America, don’t you know, and those obstructionist, heartless  Republicans are standing in the way.

Let’s call him President Rinse and Repeat. It seems to work pretty well, so why try and fix something that’s not broken? As long as we have roads and bridges that are in need of repair, the Democrats can get away with just about anything.


18 thoughts on “Roads & Bridges

  1. GMB March 30, 2013 / 1:24 pm


    Want to bet that boehner and company gives him every dollar he wants? Spend this country into oblivion. Isn’t that part of the plan?

    • neocon01 March 30, 2013 / 4:18 pm


      sure seems that way doesnt it….but have no fear, boener will cry all the way to the bank.

      • neocon01 March 30, 2013 / 4:31 pm


      • Cluster March 30, 2013 / 4:48 pm

        LOVE ME SOME RAND PAUL!!!!!!!!

      • GMB March 31, 2013 / 1:11 am

        “boener will cry all the way to the bank.”

        Would that be before or after a trip to the tanning salon? Taxpayer funded of course.

      • ricorun April 3, 2013 / 6:20 pm

        The toilets don’t work in Rand Paul’s house? And he’s blaming it on whom? Come on, man up, dude.

      • ricorun April 3, 2013 / 7:09 pm

        More to the point, Rand Paul’s argument hinges on the fundamental premise that people always make rational decisions. But if that was the case the advertising industry would be, at best, a several million dollar industry, rather than a multi-billion dollar one. Lobbyists would likewise be ineffective, and thus they would likewise go the way of the Dodo bird, rather than constituting another multi-billion dollar industry. And that just scratches the surface. Thus, I reject Paul’s fundamental premise that people always make rational decisions. And frankly, I find his admission that he has a problem with his toilets and chooses to blame it on someone other than himself quite telling. Again, man up, dude. You don’t know WTF you’re doing. It’s not rocket science.

  2. Jeremiah March 30, 2013 / 6:04 pm

    “American reinvestment and recovery act”

    Recovery? What recovery? Only thing I have seen is taxpayer dollars going down the drain. And they call it recovery? Give me a break! And the only reinvestment I have seen is in the reelection of Obamateur.

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