The Las Vegas monorail was a great idea that because of political pressures wasn’t implemented to its full potential. In its current form the system doesn’t service visitors effectively, because it doesn’t go to the airport or downtown. Expanding the system would create jobs for a state with the highest unemployment rate in the country and transform the current system into a viable, effective system that would serve the needs of transporting Las Vegas visitors and provide a hub for future expansion to the rest of the Las Vegas valley.
LAS VEGAS — “He doesn’t want to talk about it.”
Cohen, in a phone interview, called the renewed controversy over Trump’s questioning of whether Obama was born in the U.S. “a distraction,” and blamed it on “the liberal media.”
But five minutes after The Huffington Post talked to Cohen on the phone, a call to Trump’s New York offices resulted in the casino, real-estate and reality-TV mogul being patched through on the line, from here in Las Vegas.
Adding to the surreal nature of the day, Trump openly disagreed with his own spokesman’s assessment.
“I don’t imagine this is distraction at all,” Trump said. “In fact, we have a fundraiser that’s going to take place in a couple of hours, and I’m just walking through the lobby of Trump international and this place is packed.”
And that, in a nutshell, is the problem for Mitt Romney. read more…http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/29/donald-trump-mitt-romney_n_1554152.html