Bridge disaster could mean gas-tax hike

Bridge disaster could mean gas-tax hike

There are 1 comment on the story from Aug 7, 2007, titled Bridge disaster could mean gas-tax hike. In it, reports that:

“This administration failed to support robust investment in surface transportation and the funding to accompany it”

In this Oct. 5, 2004 file photo, after being knocked out by Hurricane Ivan, repair work of the Interstate 10 eastbound bridge over Escambia Bay in Pensacola, Fla., right, is shown. via

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#2 Aug 8, 2007
Tina I think you are on to something. We send billions in foreign aid out annually to countries that have built major thoroughfares and massive bridges with US Tax dollars. It is time we stopped funding these ungrateful countries and rebuild America..and not raise taxes but stop all foreign aid, that would also put a damper on Osama bin Ladens wealth along with a stop process on Irans ability to build nuclear weapons !! Wake up America..we are being ripped off by our own Congressmen and women!!

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