Q: When does the entire political establishment — both wings of the Business Party — ever achieve Congressional unanimity?
[Hint: Despite the disgusting near-misses on imperialism and illegal wars, it only happens on one topic.]
A: When public subsidies to cars-first transportation arise.
Consider the interesting exception represented by the 2005 passage, amid oil war and the onset of global warming, of SAFETEA-LU. The final Congressional vote there was 502 yea to 13 nay. The 13 nays were Republicans grandstanding their supposed opposition to public spending.
The point? There is zero coherent opposition to cars-first transportation in the United States, even at this extremely late date.