By Charlotte Tanner
September 16, 2005
His statement that: "'Taking spending from infrastructure spending would undermine our ability to create the environment for a good economy," DeLay said.'" not only illustrates his inability to form a sentence that makes sense, but appears to illustrate that, in addition, he does not know the meaning of the word infrastruction.
I have been unable to find a dictionary that defines infrastructure as the building of a bridge that will desecrate burial grounds, destroy precious wetlands, and basically just service one man's clearcutting operation, and oh yes, a governor's wish to have a golf course on Gravina Island.
If he truly did not want to take "spending from infrastructure spending", he would make sure the airport ferries were maintained in good order. That we had a plan for disasters, that could, and would be implemented in less than several weeks after the disaster had occurred.
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