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Bravo Arnold

Saturday, September 30, 2006  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

California’s governator vetoed an absurd attempt by the California legislature to change rules relating to the sale of public property to disadvantage a religious broadcaster which had bid on the sale of a television license.  Not only was this special interest giveaway a blow to taxpayers, it was also rank anti-religious bigotry of the worst sort.

Now the trustees of the community college that owns the television station should get on with the obviously right thing and sell the station to the highest bidder –for cash.  The incompetence of all concerned at the district should also attract the attention of voters when these “trustees” next appear on a ballot, and the legal bills of whichever firm has been advising the district should be returned with the suggestion that fees forgone are preferable to malpractice complaints.

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