As Guam's 2010 general election draws closer we hope that the political parties will offer voters slates of candidates who will approach the coming military buildup as an opportunity for the island. We understand the frustration our legislators have felt at times over the seeming lack of information or contradictory signals as the military has revealed its plans. But we would not like to see that frustration turn into a backlash of anti-military sentiment . . .
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