Friday, June 23, 2006

A Bridge To Nowhere

A bridge to nowhere


Alaska's Gravina Island (population less than 50) will soon be connected to the megalopolis of Ketchikan (pop. 8,000) by a bridge nearly as long as the Golden Gate and higher than the Brooklyn Bridge. Alaska residents can thank Rep. Don Young, who just brought home $941 million worth of bacon.

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At 9:31 PM, Blogger aricka said...

the bridge to nowhere was a mirage, to cover the tricks of karl rove. rove is a master, he is so far ahead of my democratic party it is scary.
rove recognized early on,maybe 2 years ago that the republicans were in trouble. the bridge was a setup to give sara palin something to hang her hat on, an accomplishment if you will. he criticized obamas possible pick of a govenor of some 3 years or the possibility of picking some other dynamic person to help get him elected to divert his plan to pick sarah palin who single handedly killed the bridge pork barrel of another republican showing how she is such a maverick, like mccain, rove is a genious, he's done it again.

 

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