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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.

He actually does keep talking about it. Rep. Cantor recently (re?)launched YouCut, a federally-funded website urging people to vote via the Internet for specific programs that they would cut from the federal budget. Municipal bike-sharing program are front and center on the YouCut website, even though Cantor cannot seem to put a finger on exactly how much municipal bike-share programs cost the federal government and does not appear to have a basic understanding of how bike-sharing systems work. Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, there is no field for public input on the YouCut website.

by Scoot on Sep 7, 2011 1:01 pm • linkreport

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