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Old 11-23-2008, 02:59 PM
 
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SAN DIEGO, November 21 - Nine elected officials from California, including two members of Congress, have written to President-elect Barack Obama’s transition team to ask that border wall construction at Friendship Park, San Diego, be stopped.


The letter has been sent to John Podesta, co-chair of Obama’s presidential transition team and a former chief of staff to President Clinton.


The letter was signed by U.S. Reps. Susan Davis and Bob Filner, California state Senators Denise Ducheny and Christine Kehoe, California state Assembly members Mary Salas and Lori Saldana, and San Diego City Council members Donna Frye and Ben Hueso.


http://www.riograndeguardian.com/rggnews_story.asp?story_no=22

Perhaps they would be better suited governing in the 3rd world cesspools they REALLY represent. The hits just keep on coming . . .
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