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Dennis Tester

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St. Paul, Minnesota
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5 years 46 weeks

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Posted on 07/24/14 at 05:59 am in response to Zellers reiterates his 'No Tax Increase' pledge in GOP governor's race

Take all that extra money you have and write a check to the state treasury. Your "high expectations of our government" will be funded through your efforts as it should be and they'll be glad to take your money.

Posted on 07/24/14 at 09:51 am in response to Zellers reiterates his 'No Tax Increase' pledge in GOP governor's race

It's just the best one.

Posted on 07/23/14 at 12:15 pm in response to What could Congress do about Medtronic's move overseas?

their customers do, cut the corporate tax rate to 0%. Seriously.

And while we're at it, let's eliminate the immoral and counterproductive personal income tax and replace it with a national sales tax and a wealth tax. Fifty percent tax on all wealth over $1 million. should do it. Hollywood and Wall Street won't like it but who cares? All wage earners would go on a spending spree with all that new disposable income that would boost the economy and create jobs.

Posted on 07/23/14 at 09:50 am in response to Mike McFadden open to raising the age for Medicare benefits

Thanks for making me spill my coffee. I think if we can survive an alleged comedy writer for 6 years we can survive a successful businessman in that seat. Jus sayin.

Posted on 07/24/14 at 06:37 pm in response to Mike McFadden open to raising the age for Medicare benefits

"I'm Al Franken and I approve this message."

Posted on 07/23/14 at 07:28 am in response to Bachmann considering 2016 presidential run

It would be interesting and amusing to see how the supporters of the "It's time for a woman president" meme would adjust their message. For that reason alone I hope that she or Nikki Haley or Condi Rice throws her hat into the ring. Heh.

Posted on 07/25/14 at 11:30 am in response to A new, potentially very serious blow to Obamacare law

"Under previous court decisions, Congress can't force state governments to administer federal laws. So congressional Democrats, seeking to muscle states into creating their own health insurance exchanges, chose to provide subsidies only for those states. Those opting for the federal exchange would have to explain to voters why they weren't getting subsidies.

This attempt to muscle the states failed. In August 2011, when the IRS issued its regulation, only 10 states had created their...

is a valid constitutional function of the federal government. If we used that as the criteria for what gets funded, they'd be no budget deficit and very little debt.

Posted on 07/19/14 at 07:37 am in response to Politics, money, media and the Senate office building

we can expect Mark Dayton and the democrats to feature it in their campaign ads.
Don't hold your breath.

Posted on 07/18/14 at 08:46 am in response to Why you haven't seen more political ads on TV this summer

that an ad for a candidate who's a dad having fun coaching youth football doesn't resonate with urban liberals. They can't relate.

Al Franken in a business suit talking about how big government is your friend ... that's more up their alley.