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    Dear Editor,

    Gov. Palin is not what is good for Native America. She has taken stands against: Native fishing, Native hunting and Native languages. If she lets oil companies start drilling in Alaska, “what’s going to happen with the Department of Interior... will it change to the Department of Energy?” And if so where does the Bureau of Indian Affairs go?


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    Originally posted by Skabewis View Post
    Dear Editor,

    Gov. Palin is not what is good for Native America. She has taken stands against: Native fishing, Native hunting and Native languages. If she lets oil companies start drilling in Alaska, “what’s going to happen with the Department of Interior... will it change to the Department of Energy?” And if so where does the Bureau of Indian Affairs go?

    In short, to hell in a hand basket probably.

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