No different than anybody's, it turns out. Including that "bridge to nowhere." In fact, of course,

The Alaska governor campaigned in 2006 on a build-the-bridge platform, telling Ketchikan residents she felt their pain when politicians called them "nowhere."

She then switched, faxed the press release to New York, kept the money for other pork projects and built the road to the bridge to nowhere, which makes it, I think, the road to nowhere.

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