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July 19, 2005


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I have not read this entry that has cause all this controversey so I have no comment on that. But for those who feel that politics should have no place in real estate are sorely mistaken. Politics always play a key role in real estate whether one likes it or not. The way property is sold, rented and utilized in anyway is dictated by laws of where the property is located whether it is through local or national governments.

These laws are formed through the democratic process that this country was founded on. This process includes lobbying, voting and all sorts of fun activities that keep C-SPAN in business.

By no means am I saying one side is better than the other or that one needs join the ranks of Franken and Limbaugh to do real estate. But to deny the role that politics plays in real estate is completely unrealistic.

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Frances Flynn Thorsen

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