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Original post made on Aug 30, 2009

<B>Electric cars charge into Palo Alto

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Posted by ts
a resident of Evergreen Park
on Aug 30, 2009 at 3:21 am

I quote from above: "Second health-care 'phone town hall' goes well ...
A second "telephone town hall" by Congresswoman Anna Eshoo Monday evening went smoothly and won praise ..."

Could the Weekly stop editorializing in its news columns.

Simply give us the facts and let the readers decide.

For those of us who disagree with her view on health care, we think she made a number of errors and things did not go smoothly. But that's my view. If you want to do some cheerleading for Congresswoman Eshoo, do it on the editorial page.


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