by Duluth News Tribune
September 20, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
In July, three weeks before the primary, longtime state Rep. Tom Huntley of Duluth was asked about working as a DFLer in a
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If he’s not doing his job, why send him back?
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Has he done anything for Duluth..? If it had nothing to do with UMD where he was employed it never mattered..
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Like a washed up fighter….he keeps showing up in the ring.
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He did do a lot for UMD. Look how much money has been poured into the campus. UMD is a integral part of our economy for sure. However…..look at how much it costs to go there. Kids rack up huge amounts of debt to graduate. And when they do graduate they have to leave the area to find a decent job. Its been that way for years.
The DNT keeps endorsing DFL folks…..over and over and over….and keep expecting different outcomes from St Paul……why? You keep doing the same things and expect different results…..it just does not work! Elect some new blood, and keep doing that over and over….until they get the message……same old results? Then you should expect to get defeated at the polls……BUT, not in Duluth and not in Minnesota…..so, why do you folks keep expecting better results??? Until they get the message….do not vote for an incumbant…..unless, they have done a very good job! In this area……no such person exists…..yet!
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