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May 13, 2009

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jrkakapastateradio

Before we begin cutting representation of
the tax contributors/and elector's**.

Here in Pennsylvania, we likely have one of the most comprehensive telecommunications network on the North American continent.
It's a vast system of network switching,
(WAN) Wide Area Networks, (LAN) Local Area
Network, InterLata, LMI's etcetera-etcetera-etcetera....
I could go on for some time in describing the massive technical infrastructure, enabling the state Executive, Legislative, and Judicial remote link access to these assets. Therefore, why downsize our representation, when simply utilizing the
technology which enables cost savings could
right the listing ship?

** As demonstrated by ACORN, not all electors are tax contributors!

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