by Duluth News Tribune
August 5, 2010 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
The longtime seeker of public office, who is running against Roger Reinert, says his move to the Democratic Party reflects his view on how best to pay for public programs. Continue Reading
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Harry Welty is divisive, not inclusive. In the Twin Cities and around the rest of Minnesota he is not held in high regard. He has too much time on his hands, and enjoys attention as much as Brett Favre.
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Harry Welty is divisive,
Then democrat is his natural party.
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Roger supports using state money for the northern lights rail system. In this time of huge deficits, that is NOT wise use of state money. You cannot SPEND your way out of debt!
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Heck he crashes cars in ice storms and blames everyone but the idiot behind the wheel.
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He has two chances of winning – slim and none.
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When someone runs for office and you are reporting on it, and you include the past occupations of his opponents, don’t you think it’s only fair to include the past occupations of the protagonist in your story?
Someone who appreciates balanced journalism
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Does Harry still use voodoo dolls?
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Raising taxes on Minnesotans that are struggling financially right now is a sure winner for Harry . I want Harry Welty and Mark Dayton to continue screaming how they want to raise taxes up till election day. You want to hear something funny. I voted for Mark Dayton like a lot of other conservatives did so the Democrats can have a certifiable tax and spender running for Governor. I have been accused by some liberal loons as supporting drunks so I thought I’d follow through on your characterization and support one with my vote. Go Mark go.
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