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Lindacooks Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-27-05 09:39 PM
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40. The point is there seems to be limited money for the things
that really matter, as Lydia has pointed out. Tim "ass" Pawlenty whines about how he has to cut Minnesota Care (health insurance for the working poor), but he's willing to raise taxes to fund a playground for millionaires. That does NOT contribute to a good 'quality of life'.

Repukes are always using that line 'it won't take money away from such and such' but the fact it is DOES, and this new tax proves my point. WHY won't repukes raise taxes for anything that would truly make lives better? WHY is it only for these ridiculous stadiums that are completely unnecessary?
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