One of our California GUARDIAN readers sent us a story from the APPEAL-DEMOCRAT newspaper which proves that politicos at all levels have a propensity for eating shoe leather.
During an April 13 meeting encouraging racial and cultural tolerance attended by local Sikh Indian-Americans and officials including the U.S. Attorney for the area, a Yuba City Councilor displayed his political skills when he cited the tolerance in the California City and said, “Education is needed in the Idaho’s and Montana’s of the world.”
It would seem to the GUARDIAN that at least in the mind of Yuba City Councilman Tej Maan, tolerance has its limits and some local education on the subject is in order. Even with his intolerant attitude toward the fine people of Idaho, we would still invite him to visit the Anne Frank Memorial next to the Boise Public Library.
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