The White House is seeking a fresh round of infrastructure spending:
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) July 14, 2014
Well, we’re certainly glad somebody finally thought of doing that.
— jon gabriel (@exjon) July 14, 2014
Hey look, it's 2009 again https://t.co/APBYdEaInx
— Chris Hynes (@realchrishynes) July 14, 2014
The “#RebuildAmerica” pitch sounds awfully similar to what the administration pushed for and got in 2009, which was a “stimulus” to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars, with much of that supposedly being put towards infrastructure.
@markknoller 6 years after a stimulus bill with near zero infrastructure spending its finally important?
— Ben Dayho (@BennDayho) July 14, 2014
Here we go again:
— Eric Schultz (@Schultz44) July 14, 2014
Maybe this time it’ll be as “shovel ready” as they expected:
@Schultz44 shovel ready right? And the stimulus money went to…
— changehopeless (@ChangeHopeless) July 14, 2014
@WhiteHouse Wasn't the Spending Bill suppose to improve our roads and bridges with shovel ready jobs?
— ConservativeMe (@ConservativeMe4) July 14, 2014
— Lance Salyers (@lancesalyers) July 14, 2014
@markknoller Obama chose not to do this in 2009, $800 BILLION "Stimulus", wasted instead. "Guess those jobs weren't so shovel ready." Funny
— james e robertson jr (@jrobertson101) July 14, 2014