On Green's rader:
A bipartisan pair of senators has called for a 25 cent rise in the federal gasoline tax to pay for road and bridge construction and maintenance and debt reduction. Tom Carper of Delaware, a Democrat, and George Voinovich of Ohio, a Republican, wrote to President Obama’s commission on reducing the federal debt proposing the measure. They suggest that 10 cents of the increase go toward paying down the debt, and the rest toward transportation infrastructure.
What do they say in poker? I'll raise your 25 cents to 75?