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Cry me a river, purveyors of sleaze. You're not a priority.
Republicans thought that they were just sticking it to the elderly and disabled. But, with the race tracks and casinos shut down, and a strip club unable to get its liquor license, maybe they will finally come to their senses.
If Governor Dayton would just sign the Thirty-four billion dollar budget presented to him the state of Minnesota would not have the big problems facing it or these minor ones.
Ironic, a sale of a strip club held up by budget issues. How revealing.
Why is the state involved in this local transaction anyway? WAAAAAY too much government
Now, where will our elected officials meet to settle the budget??
Now I know exactly how much it would cost for me to live my dream.
I DO KNOW which will be the FIRST item on the agenda when the politicans get back in office.
tietac- I know it's hard because the article was SO long, but next time read it before you comment. The only thing the state is holding up here, is the state issued liquor license. Yeah, thats just too much regulation people should be able to just sell anything they want at anytime. No regulation on anything NOW! I don't want to know that my food is safe, or my air and water are clean, I really hate those things. Darn government telling people what to do. You people on the right are just loony!
Wow. I wonder if we could make that a tradition, where government shuts down for seven out of every 14 days. Reckon a lot of folks, more than half of those receiving income, in fact, would find a new job, & the rest of us would live more peaceful & sensible & unbothered lives.
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