Gizzi on Politics

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John Gizzi
Human Events; Nov 3, 2008; 64, 38; Docstoc
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Description: Does a felony conviction finish the "philanthropist" for whom the airport in Anchorage is named and who is frequently referred to back home as "Uncle Ted?" "Yes, he could survive," said veteran Democratic consultant Joe Rothstein, one-time top aide to Alaska's first Democratic governor, William Egan, and past editor of the Anchorage Daily News. After 14 years representing the decidedly liberal 22nd District (on Lake Michigan), Wasserman has compiled an unabashedly liberal record: backing gay marriage and benefits for illegal immigrants, and opposing voter identification to make it difficult for non-citizens to vote.
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