Mark Makes Televised Recording

Mark Greene made a strong speech at the Seattle Channel in Seattle, yesterday, for broadcast later this campaign season. The chairman was confident and inspiring as he invoked the masses to take up the cause of protecting the environment and making way for a new path in politics in America. As he left City Hall, he noticed a wonderful special display commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of the 1909 World's Fair in Seattle. Among the inscriptions was a note that the president at the time, William Howard Taft and the "Great Commoner," William Jennings Bryan, attended the exposition at different times. Bryan followed Taft by two weeks and criticized Taft's administration, and Mark Greene is following suit 100 years later with his populist criticism of the King County Council. A new era and a new path for America!

[revised on 6/22/09]

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