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Rebuilding America's Infrastructure

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In this episode, David Sponheim, ATP's Presidential Candidate will discuss his analysis of a huge Bridge problem facing a local town, Mount Vernon, Washington, where the bridge recently collapsed! Plus, you can call in and discuss the recent EF5 Tornado in Moore OK.  With the shrinking U.S. GDP and an aging infrastructure, good budgeting is a high priority! Choosing the right projects is everything. America can't afford the 'tax and spend' ways of the Democrats. Plus, we cannot see a future with Republicans handing our Nation over to big business. Let's stop outsourcing our infrastructure to multi-national companies!

Did you know that Obama has authorized National Chinese companies to build 3 Bridges in America for $9 Billion? Meanwhile, 84,000 bridges in America are "Fracture Critical", meaning there are no redundant struts to prevent a collapse if one part goes down. David will discuss the possibility of fixing and repairing existing bridges, without the expense of New Project Contracts.  He will introduce you to a new way of building up our Roads and Rails, without the high costs we currently face.

Also, we want to hear your local stories! We will chat with someone who has recently witnessed a huge Railcar disaster in Maryland!  Don't miss this opportunity to hear the future unfold. ATP is at the cutting edge of a new centrist direction for America...common sense solutions to the problems created by the 2 Party system. Join America's Third Party.  Follow us on twitter @ThirdParty.

Ideas Discussed: Remaking FEMA, Better Disaster Preparedness, Civil Defense Systems, Storm Shelters, Roadway Patch Units, & Next Generation Air Traffic Control.

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