“How many times were we using the phrase shovel-ready just two years ago?”
“Afterall, the first stimulus plan to provide jobs through so-called "shovel-ready" projects hasn't done much to bring unemployment below 9 percent.”
“But federal Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood opted to spend nearly all the available funds cash on construction and manufacturing - in other words, what used to be called "shovel-ready" projects.”
“Most likely to succeed: shovel-ready: an infrastructure projects that can be started quickly when funds become available.”
“Okay, we lost grandma to cancer because the Blue Cross was more of a double-cross when they told us she'd cost them enough and they weren't paying more, but at least Barack Husein Obama didn't make her shovel-ready.”
“This would create a stampede to produce real "shovel-ready" domestic investment and jobs.”
“And even Mr. Obama now admits that the shovels weren't ready in all those "shovel-ready" stimulus projects.”
“In fact, Obama now says there was no such thing as shovel-ready projects when he entered office.”
“It's taking too long for so-called shovel-ready projects to get going -- making it difficult to use public works programs as a counter-cyclical remedy.”
“In the new economy we inhabit today, there exists an entirely different kind of infrastructure, with entirely different "shovel-ready projects.”
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