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January 29, 2004



"Let's hope that Ms. Nagel has been misquoted..."

Let's hope that Ms. Nagel has an iota of integrity. If she reneges on this issue, she can count on never being re-elected. Not to mention that she'll never be respected, trusted, taken seriously by the good people who worked so hard for her. If she can live with that legacy, so be it. She should be humiliated, if not self-loathing."


I personally think that Ms. Nagel has an enormous amount of integrity. In fact that is one of the main reasons I voted for her and not the incumbents. I reran the whole candidates debate yesterday and was reminded why she beat "26 years of service" and a "yellow ribbon mayor". We will see tonight ...


If anyone watched Ms. Nagel tonight, she was awesome. She had done her homework, she was well prepared, listened to all points of view, was definitive and not mushy mouthed and, despite sleazy tactics by others, kept on the subject of - yes boys and girls - is this project good for Burlingame? Well done Terry, you proved to me why I used my precious vote on you. Her integrity was there loud and clear!

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