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Dept. of Revenue details Dayton tax plan

February 16, 2013

MARSHALL — Gov. Mark Dayton’s tax plan that would drop the sales tax rate in Minnesota by 20 percent was detailed in a 16-page report Friday by Minnesota’s revenue commissioner....

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Really

Feb-20-13 6:27 PM

AL you can continue to deflect reality, but everyone you voted for supported the "widen the base reduce the margins approach" before Dems supported the same thing. You and the Repubs are still fools and you think we are not watching as they any defy any logic on their way to destroying our Republic. The public has rejected your approach, sorry bout your luck, but keep coming with the same BS if you like, see you at the ballot box.

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Really

Feb-20-13 6:19 PM

Not so AL. My success is an arbitrary conclusion, compared to who? Compared to you? Probably could be seen as successful. Compared to many others, not so much. How much does a successful person make AL? What is the accumulated wealth? What I have said is that I own a business and employ people. It is you that has equated that as "successful". Remember you were "a very successful upper corporate manager" so you should be able to read, comprehend and decipher.

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rangeral

Feb-19-13 3:54 PM

You have bragged several times how successful you are on these pages.

I have never been in favor of raising more tax revenue - I am in favor of reducing spending, which the DFL is incapable of doing.

You need to do something about that inferiority complex you have developed.

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Really

Feb-18-13 9:38 PM

AL, you like to create imaginary statements in your mind then use them to deflect attention from your inadequacies. AL=Highly opinionated scarcely accomplished. I have no recollection of stating my "level" of success, as if it is any of your business. I do own several businesses and employ many people. I do plan on contributing financially to the Cancer Center. You ALWAYS run and hide, deflect, ignore. Mr. Daytons tax plan on the sales tax is right out of the conservatives playbook and something that would have given you a chubby, at least back when you could get one, had it came from Pawlenty.

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rangeral

Feb-17-13 5:16 PM

really - you ignore and rewrite history in almost every one of your posts.

When it comes to economics, you are a dud.

Did you write your check out for the new cancer center yet? You say you are a successful business person in this area, so time to give back, especially since you offer no health benefits and the odds are that at least some of your employees will contract cancer and need medical help.

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Really

Feb-17-13 4:54 PM

AL is a complete idiot! HYPOCRITE! This is exactly the same type of policy that ALL Republicans have touted as an answer for tax reform. "lower marginal rates broaden the base" is what every guy and gal AL voted for said during this last cycle. Everyone should call this fool out on his comments. He takes every opportunity, every liberty with the truth and it has become a joke.

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rangeral

Feb-16-13 8:47 PM

You sound like Nobama - the world owes me a living and we keep taxing the rich suckers - except maybe his friends at Facebook who made over a billion dollars last year and are getting a $450 million tax refund.

You keep forgetting the DFL walked away from and spending cuts and passed the ball to the governor who had to do what he could with limited options. Is this the way you would run a business?

The DFL is addicted to spending. Not their money - the taxpayers money.

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commonman

Feb-16-13 7:35 PM

I guess al's property taxes didn't go up while pawlenty was governor? Everything got worse with pawlenty: roads, schools, services, etc. I'm ready for a new approach and a governor who says he wants Minnesota to be great, not a guy who says his plan is going to hurt us more than him.

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rangeral

Feb-16-13 8:24 AM

More tax and spend - the governor just wants more money to spend.

The tough decision is to cut back on spending and the DFL just can't do that.

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