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Dayton plan goes too far

February 5, 2013

To the Editor: Following the announcement of Gov....

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TruthbeKnown

Feb-05-13 8:36 AM

Fewer people are interested in your opinion than ever before. After 20 years of complaining, please retire!

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MadMarine

Feb-05-13 3:08 PM

TBK, I believe you are wrong. Just because liberals care nothing about higher spending and taxes doesn't mean everyone doesn't. Also, if nobody is listening to Bob why does he get re-elected?

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jeffkvb1

Feb-10-13 11:22 AM

Bob, you and Pawlenty got us into this cycle of deficits and gimmicky accounting tricks to balance the budget.

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jeffkvb1

Feb-10-13 11:23 AM

MM - because *gasp* people might have to vote for a Democrat instead.

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Thinking

Feb-12-13 7:13 AM

MM, I agree with TBK. He got reelected because the Republican party came in and did all of his re-election work for him. They write all of his letters for him. They tell him what to say, how to think, and what to do. His is a great puppet. Even when Rosen gave her support for him on the radio you tell she didn't want to to it. We need a change, the elderly people of the area will soon understand the new tax plan would cut the taxes they pay down. They don't buy much, so who cares what the sales tax is, they get to keep more of their money.

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AntoineRoquentin

Feb-13-13 8:20 PM

Gunther's less than ideal, but better than any democrat politician.

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