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Sunday, January 18, 2009


1) Is it Moral/Right?
2) Is it Constitutional?
3) Is it Necessary?
4) Is is Affordable?

We call upon the good Senator Olseen and the good Representative Kalin, who have indicated a desire to work in a bi-partisan manner, to publicly commit to the above four-way test the idea for which comes from a Republican Congressman, Paul Broun, M.D., of Georgia's 10th District.

Presumably Senator Olseen and Representative Kalin should be willing to apply this reasonable four-way test to all legislation that comes before them, or any legislation that they author, in the current Session of the Minnesota legislature.

Senator Olseen and Representative Kalin will you so commit?


Anonymous said...

It is quite obvious that neither Kalin nor Olseen read. They admitted they didn't know about the Green Acres fiasco because they didn't read the entire Bill they passed. Now anyone with acreage will suffer. I know you land envy Liberals think the farmer has been getting a free ride tax wise, but how many of you use the farmers land to walk, hunt and trespass? What about the Corn we raise for your Algoremobiles?

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