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David Galitz

St. Anthony, MN
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6 years 42 weeks

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Posted on 03/27/14 at 09:27 am in response to Birth control is not a religious issue; it is a basic health-care issue

There are no abortifacients on the list of ACA mandated contraception coverage.

No amount of repeating that talking point changes the science of their mechanism of action.

Posted on 03/10/14 at 03:02 pm in response to GOP Rep. Garofalo taking heat for tweet

Non of the professional leagues have a significantly higher arrest rate than the national population. And a couple actually have rates lower than the national average.

Posted on 03/04/14 at 09:41 am in response to Is Ukraine crisis proof that Obama's 'lead from behind' policy failed?

So then Bush II's muscular pre-emption foreign policy was an utter failure as well, since that failed to stop Russia from invading Georgia in 2008, right?

Posted on 02/11/14 at 04:36 pm in response to Rep. Ellison's big idea for cleaning up campaign finance

It's been awhile, but I'm guessing Rudy Boschwitz's donors had to pay a lot more than $1,000 in order to get one of those stickers to put on their mail so his staff would open the envelope.

Posted on 02/11/14 at 04:41 pm in response to Rep. Ellison's big idea for cleaning up campaign finance

There's nothing in this piece that supports your claim about Ellison setting any price to be heard by him.

As you typically do, you're just throwing something, hoping you can smear him with it.

Posted on 01/30/14 at 10:57 am in response to Is this the Republican alternative to Obamacare?

From what I've read elsewhere, your description of the tax deductability is simplified. That 65% is based on the average health insurance plan cost. So if your employer provides a more expensive than average plan, you will be paying taxes on significantly more.

Mark Shields made the point last night that you have to back to Grover Cleveland to find a President that has issued fewer executive orders.

Posted on 12/19/13 at 03:53 pm in response to Beyond frustrated with MNsure

health insurance premiums have been rising for years. In fact, I can't recall a year when my employer announced that the cost of our insurance plan had decreased.
Why, all of a sudden is this solely the result of the ACA?

Posted on 12/18/13 at 09:11 pm in response to Tough city letter asks MOA to detail its 2014 Orchestra Hall plans

Of course, I don't think may people would consider corporate holiday parties to be a "public benefit" let alone a performing arts center envisioned under the terms of the grant or lease.

No mention of the fact that Republicans obstructed and blocked building of the exchange for years, leaving mere months to build, and launch a complex system?