Mitt Romney used a 19th-century stone bridge here today to anchor his attacks against President Barack Obama, calling the 2009 economic stimulus the “largest one-time careless expenditure of government money in America’s history.”Read the rest of the story HERE and view the video below:
“This is the absolute bridge to nowhere if there ever was one,” Romney told supporters as he motioned to the stone bridge behind him. “That’s your stimulus dollars at work — a bridge that goes nowhere. And so I hope that the president comes here, and takes a look at some of the stimulus program, there’s a long list by the way.”
Known as Sawyer Bridge, the Granite State’s bridge isn’t the same “bridge to nowhere” that was repeatedly invoked during the 2008 presidential race as an example of government waste. That bridge was in Alaska.
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