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PostSubject: Obama touts $50 billion transportation proposal   Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:17 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] (AP) — [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] on Monday lobbied for Republican support from [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]for a burst of spending on transportation projects, calling hisproposal a jobs creator for the middle class and an overdue investmentin the country's foundation. Advertisement
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"There'sno reason why we can't do this," Obama said in a brief Rose Gardenevent. "There's no reason why the world's best infrastructure shouldlie beyond our borders. This is America. We've always had the bestinfrastructure ... All we need is the political will."Obama isproposing a $50 billion plan as an initial step toward a six-yearprogram of transportation programs. It calls for building, fixing ormaintaining thousands of miles of roads, rail lines and airportrunways, along with installing a new air navigation system to reducetravel delays, and other projects.The president unveiled the idea over [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].Monday's event amounted to another chance to promote it. The presidentmet privately with governors, mayors, transportation officials andCabinet secretaries and then stood with some of them before the camerasas he made his case.The timing also comes as Obama is eager toshow action on the sluggish economy just ahead of the Nov. 2congressional elections, with his party in jeopardy of losing a sizablenumber of seats in the House and Senate. Obama asked for Republicansupport, saying infrastructure work typically draws bipartisan support.But such cooperation seems unlikely in the current partisan atmosphere.Theeconomy continues to dominate public concern. The public sector slashed159,000 jobs in September, including the largest cuts by localgovernments in 28 years. Obama said his program would boost employmentright away and help make up for what he called years of costlyinattention to the country's infrastructure."Everywhere else,they're thinking big. They're creating jobs today, but they're alsoplaying to win tomorrow," Obama said of some of the top economiccompetitors to the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. "So the bottom line is our shortsightedness has come due. We can no longer afford to sit still."Theadministration released a new analysis of Obama's plan that said itwould particularly help with middle-class jobs in construction,manufacturing and retail.

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