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October 06, 2010

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NW Roch

This is not a shock that the Dayton-led DFL would try to scare people into spending. Of course, any spending has to come from somebody's pockets.

How about a fact check from the PB? Was it a true cut from the previous year, or was it a reduction in the rate of increase? Cutting a budgeted figure is very different than a real cut from the previous year's actual spending.

I don't care for either party all that much (I do lean conservative), but I am tired of spend, spend, spend. When my income goes down, I have to make cuts to my spending. Why is that so difficult to grasp in a macroeconomic sense?

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