Greg Novak 
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Posted by Greg Novak on 06/30/2017 at 6:18 AM

Re: “Why Oakland Needs Pat Kernighan to be the Next City Council President

Robert - You are an idiot who likely does not even live in Oakland. This slam piece is shameful. More Reid and less Quan is exactly what Oakland needs. Reid has been outspoken against Quan becuse she's been terrible and a bully: Including her biggest gaffs such as her failed "100 blocks" (to get reelected) campaign. That is not "petty bickering" that is leadership. He's had to defend himself against attacks from Quan's family, that is not a "feud" that is politics. Oakland does not need more of Quan's cronies or puppies.- Greg

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Posted by Greg Novak on 01/04/2013 at 1:09 PM

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