When it comes to U.S. Senator Tom Coburn's listing of Amtrak's Heartland Flyer on his Oklahoma Waste Report, State Representative Richard Morrisette of Oklahoma City said Coburn should take another look. Coburn's report indicates the state pays more than $1.6 million to help fund the train service, which runs daily between Oklahoma City and Ft. Worth, Texas. Coburn's report also indicates the service has never made a profit. But Morrisette disagrees. "If you talk to Amtrak employees on the ground, they will tell you they're making money." Morrisette said Amtrak's use of a diesel-biofuel blend means the fuel costs are only $100 per round trip. "If he really wants to save real money, then he needs to start at the revenue end and maybe he needs to look at the Bush tax cuts and repeal those, and go back to the Clinton-era tax bracket," Morrisette said.