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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Michael Dukakis
A move is on in Massachusetts to rename Boston's South Station in honor of former governor and presidential candidate Michael Dukakis, but Dukakis himself isn't so keen on the idea.
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UPDATED -- Former Massachusetts Gov. Michael S. Dukakis had some fighting words for Sen. John McCain during a live chat with The Washington Times on Friday. "I don't know if it is because he is getting older and this is his last shot at the presidency, but I don't think the John McCain of old would have hired a Karl Rove protege to run his campaign. ..."
"If you build it, you could take 60,000 cars off the road," he said.
He says if the state wants to name something for him, he would rather it be the still unbuilt rail link between South Station and North Station, something he advocated for while governor, yet remains a pipe dream.