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Published: Friday, November 9, 2012, 12:01 a.m.
Governor


Over-eager Inslee needs to wait

Well, I see that pompous Pelosi puppet, Jay Inslee, is already loading the moving van before all the votes are counted. Why anyone would trust a D.C. fringe rider to deal honestly and openly in governing our state is beyond my comprehension. I just hope and pray that there were enough intelligent, knowledgeable people who actually follow current events that cast their ballots for someone truly trustworthy, Rob McKenna. I'd sure love to see that moving van being unloaded at the Inslee residence and headed over to the McKenna home. It would be a huge step in putting us on the right track.
Sally Lauman
Lynnwood
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