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Proposals in Congress address parity in treatment and in the justice system.
If Ramstad didn't have a horse in this race, he would be against spending any taxpayer dollars for this. Can see right through politicians with their own personal agenda.
yathinkso: "If Ramstad didn't have a horse in this race, he would be against spending any taxpayer dollars for this. Can see right through politicians with their own personal agenda." I think not! Ramstad is a straight a shooter as the GOP has ever produced. Unfortunately, nobody from that party will ever garner the respect that Ramstad did representing Minnesota. I am proud of what Ramstad and Franken are supporting.
"If Ramstad didn't have a horse in this race, he would be against spending any taxpayer dollars for this." -- That's probably true, but isn't that the human condition. Everyone judges everyone else until it happens to them to someon in their own family and then suddenly they are all understanding; that or else they say, "Oh, but my case is different." Ramstad is a great guy and a good example to others. I wish that more politicians would be as supportive and understanding.
Jim Ramstadt is the best that the GOP ever produced and I would like to see him running for US Senate.
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