"Remember voters - you get what you vote for. Two terms of Dayton has resulted in 5 out of 7 of the Minnesota Supreme Court Jurists being his picks. And now you see the result."
Thank you Dayton selected Minnesota Supreme Court! Now this state has found itself in yet another box canyon. Go to mediation, huh? Go figure it out yourself, huh? Well that ain't gonna happen. Both sides are dug in, and the result will be - shutting down of government. What? The state is going to shut down again? Sooner or later - but first the government will shut down.
What just a dang minute! What does that mean? It means that since the Governor has defunded the most important part of state government, the government will soon cease to exist. And when that happens, government shuts down.
What does the Governor what? The abrogation of the tax cuts. He HATES tax cuts. It works against his very soul. He wants seniors taxed, the rich taxed, the middle tax taxed, and if need be, the poor taxed. This is the drug for the Loony Left - other peoples tax money. And nobody is more "hooked" on this, than Dayton is.
What dos this mean? There is no way out of this box canyon. The Right has issued strict orders to quit our money hemorrhaging with our sky high taxes. Dayton on the under hand, has his "nether region" in a vice by a bevy of special interests. Special interests who can only survive on your taxes.
So what did this "Dayton heavy" court do to settle this intractable issue? Nada. Punted. I don't know how much we are paying this group of slugs, but I for one, would like a refund. They left this state in a box canyon. My hope is the House lets this veto stand, and everything then folds up. After that, Dayton the Governor will find himself to be as effective as Dayton the Senator. Hey Minnesota - you voted for this (*bleep*) twice - you deserve what you vote for!
Remember voters - you get what you vote for. Two terms of Dayton has resulted in 5 out of 7 of the Minnesota Supreme Court Jurists being his pet picks. And now you see the result. Total and continual, financial dysfunction.