by Duluth News Tribune
October 15, 2010 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Only cure is to remove big-spending politicians Continue Reading
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Economics are intrinsically connected to Legal precedence and court proceedings. So Iv’e been told that Law is not an exact science.
What is termed Tort in legal-ease usually means a forum of non-convenience exists where either no one wants to get involved or an issue is just blatantly ignored.
Wouldn’t it be more efficient for Judges to convene in Town halls than in County seats?
My experience is that the bench is truly not approachable to citizens and they will only contemplate what is presented by professional:Lawyers and the amicus curae. (friends of the court)
Legislating from the bench is the easiest way they deal with issues that are not convenient to them.
From a legislators perspective to the consumers role: Most US goods will last a lifetime. Why should taxes and duties be paid for domestic products?
Leave American sweat equity in America where it belongs.
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You are 100 % correct. The current system, the career politician and all that they do has us to the point we are today, dangerously in debt, both Federal and State.
The only way we can build a better tomorrow is to take new bold actions. Send those that brought us to this point and send them home. We need an new attitude, new ideas and a new vision. We need responsible Representives. Those that accept responsibility for the action or inaction in working towards solutions.
But as an Alcoholic you can not get better without first recognizing the problem and even further recognizing the seriousness of the problem.
While too many of those in office today can not bear to admit their part of the responsibility we the voters do have the power to invoke term limits by replacing those that have brought us to this point and replace them with those that get it.
This isn’t about party politics this is about people, this is about us standing together holding them responsible for the mess we are in today.
Today educate yourself on the people that are running for office in your area. Talk to your friends and neighbors, stand up for a Better Candidate and a better Minnesota, a better America.
With a 5.8 billion dollar defict, a 55 % increase in spending in Minnesota the last 10 years, an IOU to our students. These are the policies from our career politicians, the longer they have been involved the more responsibilty.
Some get it send them back with their solutions others do not get them out.
What do we have to lose by making changes today ? Nothing really. What do we have to lose by doing more of the same everything. Which option do you support
This year, stand up today to make change on November 2, get engaged, ask questions and roll up our sleeves and build a better future.
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Soundbites, soundbites, soundbites. That’s what this article is about. I’m sick of soundbites from Democrats, Republicans and Tea Party supporters for that matter. Where’s the beef? It’s nice to complain about our deficit spiraling out of control but how exactly are we going to balance the budget? Please let me know. Details please.
AS for TARP, sigh, we have a potential to make money off of TARP at this time because we charged interest on these loans and have received a lion’s share of the disbursements back. If AIG, Citigroup and GM continue to pay off the debts they have related to TARP WE WILL MAKE MONEY of this. The vast majority of economists agree that TARP saved us from what probably would have been a depression rather than a recession.
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