Originally Posted by LMich
Why would that matter to most Republicans (the ones leading the charge to stop the public proposal), who don't believe in public investment as a way to stimulate the economy in the first place?
You won't have to worry about that. On the surface, the public proposal seems perfect for Detroit with their liberal, Democrat leaders in the city and at the state level with the governor, and Windsor with their liberal, New Democrat leaders in the city and at the provincial level with their premier(who while a liberal, will play nice with the NDP).
At the federal level, the money will come from both sides regardless of how liberal the president is or how conservative the prime minister is.
Bottom line: this bridge is being built, but will there be 2?