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  1. The practice of naming public infrastructure after politicians is pernicious, and needs to be ended. Politicians are always naming stuff after each other, as if they and their cronies are the most important people in the community. Better yet would be to forego naming stuff after people period, and stick to appropriate or evocative place names, like Chinatown, the Embarcadero, Golden Gate Park, Dolores St., etc. We don’t need the name of a political fixer and reported collaborator with the oppressive Beijing regime attached to the new subway station.