On Sept. 13 at 8 a.m., George W. Bush decided that I, and hundreds of other commuters, should not go to work. He decided that we should sit on the freeway for a half-hour while the Washington State Patrol closed the roads so he could drive from Paine Field to his private fundraiser in Monroe. I question what law made his actions legal. I’m also wondering where I should send my bill. Guess who I’m going to vote for now?
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