Kirk needs to concentrate
on his own home state
By Cliff Brulotte
July 13, 2007
Rep. Mark Kirk needs to concentrate on his own home state of
Ill. Obviously they have no problems as he spends all his time
with his nose in Alaska's business. We need these bridges as
we have very little infrastructure, few roads and are growing
past Anchorage. Mark is trying to make decisions for Alaska.
He needs to help his own state. I won't even go into the problems
that need to be addressed there. Perhaps he's trying to keep
the focus away from his problems there by going north. We don't
I'm a lifelong Republican,
but am now considering becoming a Democrat along with a lot of
Alaskans because of Mark Kirk.
Received July 12, 2007 - Published July 13, 2007
Appropriations Committee Backs Alaska Bridges - The U.S.
House of Representatives' Appropriations Committee today rejected
Rep. Mark Kirk's (R-Ill.) amendment to block funds for the controversial
"Bridges to Nowhere" during the full committee mark
up of the FY08 Transportation and HUD Appropriations bill. -
Wednesday - July 11, 2007
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