Statements about Infrastructure

"Congressman (Tom) Cotton is the only Arkansan in Congress -- Democrat or Republican -- to vote against disaster relief five times."

Says Sen. Thad Cochran "voted to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on ... the Bridge to Nowhere in Alaska instead of shifting the money to repair a bridge damaged by Hurricane Katrina."

A bill to advance the Keystone XL Pipeline "is an earmark" under House rules.

"We don't have bridges being built" in the United States.

Despite the U.S. spending $10 billion on Iraq's electrical system, Baghdad still only gets five hours of electricity a day.

"There are mechanisms in place to shut down the Internet privately."

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