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Island pride

Obama still boasts the aloha spirit of his home state, inauguration attendees say

By Mary Vorsino

~~<p>WASHINGTON &raquo; The lines were a little shorter, and the temperatures a little warmer, for President Barack Obama's second inauguration Monday.</p>
<p>But one thing hasn't changed in four years: The hundreds of islanders who made the long trek to the nation's capital to see Obama kick off another four-year term still swell with pride at the thought of a son of Hawaii in the White House.</p>
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WASHINGTON » The lines were a little shorter, and the temperatures a little warmer, for President Barack Obama's second inauguration Monday.

But one thing hasn't changed in four years: The hundreds of islanders who made the long trek to the nation's capital to see Obama kick off another four-year term still swell with pride at the thought of a son of Hawaii in the White House. Login for more...



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