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Sunday, November 20, 2005

Alan Uke: What are you getting yourself into?

Alan Uke appears to be jumping into the fray. Why? Here are some stances on the political issues that he holds dear to his heart.

If elected, Uke said, he would push for the opening of Chinese markets and construction of more nuclear-power plants. He said he wants the government to stop “hindering” private charities, and he opposes drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
On immigration, one of voters’ top concerns in a district that is, at its southern flank, a half-hour drive from the Mexican border, Uke said the United States should build a wall between the two countries.


Wow. Notice nothing about cleaning up corruption or national security.

Also running for the seat are former state Assemblyman Howard Kaloogian, state Sen. Bill Morrow, businessman George Schwartzman and state Assemblyman Mark Wyland — all Republicans. Francine Busby, a college professor, is the only Democrat in the race.

These people have a year to figure out what they are doing... aside from stepping on each others toes. Oh yeah, Alan Uke is somewhat aligned and friendly with Issa. Ewwwwww!


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