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Red Steele
Veteran Advisor

Barry's kiss of death


Outspent 10 to 1, up against an incumbent endorsed by the chosen one, and the governor still goes down in defeat.


Guess the democrats want lower taxes too.

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BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: Barry's kiss of death

I think that Obama`s low approval has a lot to do with his endorsements being toxic.  Democrats definitely like to drink, but few want to pay their bar tab, Abercrombie was told "In-no-way"....oh he was morally bankrupt enough for the Democrats, he just thought they should pay for it a little.


Hawaii has alot of homeless panhandlers, I guess if you choose to be homeless, there are worse places than a beach in Hawaii    🙂


 Democrats have got to learn that you can not tax more than 20% of GDP, or people move, cheat or it`s a disincentive to work.   Now they can make the GDP "pie" bigger, that`s ideal but to just pluck the feathers on the golden goose is strictly a sunset plan. 

Red Steele
Veteran Advisor

Re: Barry's kiss of death

BA, you know that, I know that, the voters get it somewhat, but don't try to tell that to our dear comrade Boris Bruce who thinks MN can get down to 7-11's , farmland that cannot be moved, and still do just fine. Based on his posts, that has to me his mindset. I would call him a fool but I am too nice to do that.

gough whitlam
Senior Contributor

Re: Barry's kiss of death

It will be interesting to see who he endorses to succeed him. Hilary is the front runner of course. How does that sit with you guys?

Re: Barry's kiss of death

Prt usual Ihave no idea what you are talking about and its quite obvious tahat you don't.


As for 7-11s and don't know of any of those in Minnesota, or at least have never seen one, and as for "lamd moving" I support buffers, waterways, terraces, strategic cover crops etc.etc.


Something that should naturally make you proud but will probably make you wretch: