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Another Tan Nguyen sign

I certainly don’t condone tagging or defacing property–but couldn’t you call the barrage of signs defacing our public property? This defacer was dead-on:


  1. Anonymous Anonymous May 13, 2006

    Tan’s campaign is pro-immigration and anti-illegal immigration…and you classify that as racist? Don’t you think society is becoming a little desensitized by that word because of Liberals like yourself? I’m a registered Democrat and feel that Tan is right on with the issues he is addressing. Maybe you should educate yourself before making these ignorant comments…

  2. Mike Lawson Mike Lawson May 14, 2006

    I didn’t tag those signs. That’s the opinion of the people. But yes, I think that targeting one group of people and calling them an uneducated burden on our system is racist. If the society is desensitized to the word, I need to come up with another to call him out on this un-ethical tactic.

    Perhaps you like Tan because he was once a Democrat. About a year ago in his last race for Congress he was pretending to be a Dem.

    This district needs somebody that cares about the people, and not just getting elected to Congress.

  3. Anonymous Anonymous May 14, 2006

    I’ve never heard Tan call illegal immigrates “an uneducated burden.” Do you just make up these things up? Shouldn’t you be against Loretta, who started in Politics as a Republican? I guess you support a Republican in Democrat clothing…

  4. Mike Lawson Mike Lawson May 14, 2006

    Loretta has stood strong on the issues that matter to me. Tan has been bending whichever way the wind blows. Perhaps he is young, and his opinions are becoming refined. That’s fine—maybe he should run again after Loretta’s next term, or maybe he should start with a smaller office, like City Council.

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