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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

How about people who fire into the air?

From California, a minor case study in ludicrous, clueless "activism":

Four months after persuading the City Council to name James Madison Park after local resident Tony Cerda, Edward Samaniego is taking aim at Alexander Hamilton Park.

Pomona has no business honoring the first secretary of the Treasury (1789-1795), Samaniego told the City Council on Monday.

"Alexander Hamilton was in that famous duel with Aaron Burr," Samaniego noted. "We certainly don't need any more examples of people shooting people as role models in Pomona!"

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