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Isles must halt desperate push for Obama's attention

By David Shapiro

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 05, 2014

~~<p>The state is poised to offer President Barack Obama a piece of Hawaii's choicest oceanfront land in Kakaako for either his presidential library or, more likely, a think tank or conference center where he could hang out part time after he leaves office.</p>
<p>A recent Associated Press story said: &quot;From a future office on the beachfront property, Obama could have panoramic views stretching from Diamond Head, Hono&shy;lulu's iconic volcanic crater, to the island's lush, fog-tipped mountains.&quot;</p>
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The state is poised to offer President Barack Obama a piece of Hawaii's choicest oceanfront land in Kakaako for either his presidential library or, more likely, a think tank or conference center where he could hang out part time after he leaves office.

A recent Associated Press story said: "From a future office on the beachfront property, Obama could have panoramic views stretching from Diamond Head, Hono­lulu's iconic volcanic crater, to the island's lush, fog-tipped mountains." Login for more...



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