Stop by Civilbeat.com and check out my Hawaii Monitor column for this week, which tries to give shape to my uneasiness over the Carpenters Union/Pacific Resource Partnership campaign against Ben Cayetano.
The PRP ad campaign comes across as a form of digital bullying aimed at intimidating voters rather than educating them, spreading misplaced fears rather an understanding of issues.
It has had all the subtlety of a group of brawny men in pro-development T-shirts bused in to pack a public hearing and shout down opponents, unfortunately not an unknown event in island politics.
And that’s where I see a problem.
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