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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
An upbeat Gov. Rick Snyder said Wednesday that there might be "shovels in the ground" for the New International Trade Crossing bridge project within two to six months.
OK, by force of government, you got your bully pulpit way, Snyder. Congratulations. Thus, provides a perfect time for some much needed levity.
An American economist traveled to China to observe a canal project. The Chinese delegation showed him the plans and the model of everything that would be built along this new masterpiece. When they traveled out to the worksite, the economist was aghast at what he saw. The men were all using hand tools such as shovels, pick axes, and wheelbarrows.
Enjoy your Big Government, central planning Lansing, while it lasts, Ricky Snydholm.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Real world language involved heads up for the Piously Correct GOP viewer.
Sure sounds exactly like a Canadian owned US taxpayer funded DRIC "payday", ToughNerd. Ya, zero Michigan tax dollars are involved too. LOL What a $42M joke so far. And, "Free money," ToughNerd? That sounds just like these Progressive folks.
Figures don't lie, but liars sure do figure.
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