Washington (CNN) - A $109 billion transportation bill won approval Wednesday from the Senate but still faces likely political wrangling in the House.
The 74-22 Senate vote showed broad bipartisan support for the two-year measure that extends the federal highway trust fund set to expire at the end of March.
The House will hold the bill up for hostage as they do everything.
Is that 109 Billion to do what the pilfered gas tax money was supposed to do have already done?
Once again, the House is going to "take it apart" and then put it back together again with the Keystone Pipeline attached – or something like that!!! Watch!!
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This is a first for senate republicans. Actually trying to help put people back to work. Did hell just freeze over for the party of "No!?"
This is much better than spending money on extending unemployment benefits or giving away payroll tax cuts because it's election season. I doubt it will really create many jobs, but it is a valid use of federal tax dollars.
Thats halfway now watch the party of no. They will send billions to israel but dam america. Lets see what the republicans do.