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Wednesday, September 05, 2007

No Special Session?

This is good news:

Pawlenty rejects special session on bridge, flood aid

If the Governor feels he can handle these challenges without legislative action, then he should do so.

It's really quite simple: we're all better off when the legislature is not in session.

3 Comments:

Anonymous daisy said...

The political posturing on this catastrophe is embarrassing. Politicians make the worst consultants on what went wrong. And they do not know anything about fixing a bridge. All they turn out is a competitive team of big dream and spend trend setters.

9/05/2007 3:43 PM  
Blogger Right Hook said...

Great news! Thank you Governor Pawlenty for coming to your senses on this question

The DFL (Damn Fine Liars) have proven that they can't be trusted with a special session as once the Governor calls it the legislature is in control from that point on.

In order for a crime to occur there must first be the opportunity. Putting the brakes on a special session removes the opportunity for theft-by-confiscatory-taxation by the DFL controlled legislature.

Maybe while Senator Chaudhary is sitting out in his duck boat for a photo-op and Representative Knuth is out hugging trees as they change colors they will have time to reflect on how wrong it was to even contemplate on taking advantage of the bridge collapse for political gain.

9/05/2007 6:09 PM  
Blogger Right Hook said...

Looks like I spoke too soon. The Gov ended up selling us out.

Shameful.

9/10/2007 10:07 PM  

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