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Trinity Vote's Big FAQ Off

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Trinity Vote late yesterday posted the ultimate in-your-face FAQ-to-FAQ rebuttal of all the stuff the road pushers over at Sink the Trinity! are saying. Sink the Trinity!, of course, is the Web site run by the folks in favor of putting a toll road through the new river park downtown.

Trinity Vote's new FAQ-off is pretty impressive. On one side are all of the claims being made by Sink the Trinity!; on the other, the truth. Oh, right -- they call themselves Sink the Petition!, don’t they. Whatever. They’re very Wagnerian. --Jim Schutze

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