A Tale of Two Bridges

Why build a new bridge when there’s already a perfectly fine one? Because the new one would be paid for by taxpayers.

What do you do if you lose 25 percent of your population in a decade, bringing your city to a 100-year low, and you have a perfectly good private bridge? Well, why not have the taxpayers build a new $5.3 billion bridge using public money! Continue reading at American Spectator.

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