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April 14, 2010


Here's another take.

You have rebutted and rebutted well.

If misleading statements framed by the Chamber of Commerce and parroted by the Friends of the Chamber of Commerce and by the Commissioners themselves are the best they can do, then can't you conclude that there is no valid or substantive argument in opposition?

If the sole basis for opposition is that they would have diminished influence - which is the only reasonable conclusion one can draw from the persistent use of misleading tactics, then that supports our argument that we need to expand the commission and rip away the partisan nature of the positions.

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