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Original post made by Spike Marvel on Jun 5, 2008

Dear neighbors,

We would like to welcome our bay region neighbors to an open conversation in the very open environment of the west bay. Our neighbors will bring an unique vision of the barriers to democracy and humanity existing as one simply considers the barrier of the east bay hills.

In the ugly nature of central and eastern east bay politics, we have seen the reconfirmation of criminal political behavior that deserves consideration by all Californians that expect our State to be a leader in considerate humanity. We have seen media, area business councils, corporations, institutions, unions and developers engage in deceptive campaign behavior that simply repulsed voters from their duty as voters.

READ carefully because your considered, intelligent voting record can be rendered meaningless by the short distance beyond the East Bay hills.

Thus, our State, as a community, starts its comments,



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