Sunday, April 5, 2009

A hopeful dose from Jackson County.

It appears to The Doser that, in the face of an acknowledged "difficult financial situation," the Portland, Oregon, area politicos are playing politics with such non-vital issues as: How many lanes shall the Interstate Bridge have? How can a more powerful position be achieved by trashing Portland's Mayor? How can we get a professional soccer team to Portland? Steve Duin, in The Oregonian this morning, points to Jackson County, Oregon, as a place that has a more viable plan than to run the political mill as usual. The Doser recommends that readers utilize this therapeutic dose from Oregon's banana belt to initiate suggestions to the Multnomah area politicos.

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