Haha, jeeez, we can’t make this stuff up.
Here’s the latest from LEO Weekly’s America-Hater, Phillip Bailey:
Whenever a conversation about the $4.1 billion Ohio River Bridges Project rears its ugly head in the race for mayor of Louisville, Democrat Greg Fischer does a good job of bobbing and weaving.
In a recent interview on 84 WHAS radio, the Louisville businessman took the recumbent position when asked about tolling as a means to pay for the behemoth public works project, which includes building an East End bridge, a downtown bridge and re-configuring Spaghetti Junction.
“Let’s see what it’s going to cost, let’s see what the final recommendation comes to before we really burn a lot a mental calories,” Fischer told radio personality Mandy Connell. “There’s a lot of people that are excited about something that may not occur.”
“We’re not too concerned about burning mental calories around here. We believe that’s what a campaign is all about,” says Joe Burgan, Heiner’s campaign manager.
“Fischer needs to burn more calories addressing the financial plan, definitely,” Green says. “Right now, it’s a multi-billion dollar project that neglects the fact that Louisville needs to catch up to other cities in terms of public transit. Louisville needs a world-class system that will serve our employees, our consumers and
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