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MN Voter Remorse Starting to Set In – Dr. Tar

- by - February 18, 2013 - 09:50 America/New_York - 4 Comments

For generations, Minnesotans lived out the progressive argument that high taxes and high services were what gave the state its fabled quality of life. But the patience of business owners is being tried more than ever, as Dayton and the Democrats who now control the Capitol mull a menu of tax increases that would primarily hit company ledgers — just as most states are going the opposite way.

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  1. Claudia

    February 18th, 2013

    Two issues:

    1) I’m glad that those who actually voted D in MN are beginning to regret it.

    2) Dayton WAS NOT ELECTED!!! Just like Al Franken, the election was theft. The vote counters and other election fraud apparatus had been in place before Franken was given his seat. This state was one of the victories for George Soros.

    Dayton “won” just like Franken “won” with corrupt vote counters and state officials that wouldn’t allow valid R ballots and “found” trunkloads of fake D ballots.

    Then in 2012 the whole MN congress shifted from R majority to D. That is NOT how the state voted. More fraud. And Voter ID failed during the same election. Further proof it was rigged.

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  2. Maudie N Mandeville

    February 18th, 2013

    Remorse?, maybe; epiphany?, doubtful. Most of those that move to lower tax states bring their liberal ideology with them. A few decades later they have to move again.

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  3. Stranded in Sonoma

    February 18th, 2013

    @Claudia — I’m not sure they’re regretting their vote. More likely, they’re regretting that their choices aren’t working like they thought they would. These knuckle-draggers will continue to vote socialist regardless of what happens. Then they’ll complain that socialist promises aren’t happening. And they’ll vote socialist again.

    These koolaidians can’t connect two dots.

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  4. Claudia

    February 18th, 2013

    @Stranded, Hahahahaha, you are so right it’s scary!

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