Political Radar

`Hawai'i Aloha'

May 1st, 2014

Before the final gavel came down in the state Senate on the last day of the 60-day session Thursday, senators walked across the state Capitol to the House chamber, where they held hands with House lawmakers, formed a circle, and sang "Hawai'i Aloha."

Rep. Faye Hanohano led the ritual that traditionally closes the session. Rep. Kaniela Ing strummed an ukulele.

3 Responses to “`Hawai'i Aloha'”

  1. Ken Conklin:

    Hanohano led the ritual where they all hold hands and sing Hawaii Aloha? Gosh, that's like what will happen when the basketball season is over and all the Clippers players stand in a circle led by Donald Sterling singing Kumbaya.

  2. WestSideTory:

    What they should have done was walked over to the Police Station and turned themselves in for identity theft....impersonating someone with integrity!!

  3. Especially Incognito:

    Did fleas come from Portugal?
    Why is everybody picking on fleas?...

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