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It would be helpful to be factual. And I'm not a fan of Congressman Cantor. However, I often read here how Rep. Cantor rails against bikes and bike sharing plans. Nonsense. He essentially mentioned it once in a broader statement context about spending. And yet the drumbeat here is that he keeps talking about it when that is not the case.

After all, whatever other failings he may have as an elected official, he did support the public-private partnership that is creating the amazing VIRGINIA CAPITAL TRAIL linking Williamsburg and Richmond.

It's nice to think at a time of national bankruptcy that we can spend on items a few think are great...but that's not realistic is it? nor is it helpful to attack others who simply disagree.

by Pelham1861 on Sep 7, 2011 12:13 pm • linkreport

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