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2 responses to “Mayor Chris Coleman on budget cuts”

  1. Scorned in Saint Paul

    One of the best things Chris could be doing to help St. Paul is not be running his campaign for governor (or mayoral re-election for that matter) out of his St. Paul Mayor’s office. Chris should be focusing on St. Paul (but that did get us the RNC didn’t it!). Chris only cares about St.Paul to the extent that it helps him become governor. Otherwise he would’ve shown leadership over the RNC and not be tring to build a hockey rink across from a hockey rink in the middle of the worst financial crisis since the great depression. Chris is clueless. He shouldn’t be mayor, much less governor. A lot of us who voted for him are more than sad, we’re angry. He’s no progressive. He’s cheating on St. Paul by not being honest about his run for governor. Where is his attenion? On running for governor and building more hockey rinks (special intersts at work here?). Read about how Chris is cheating on St. Paul at http://www.mymayorischeatingonme.com.

  2. Kaye

    July 5, 2009 I certainly believe that we are living in an unprecendented time (economists do not think so but , sorry, WE ARE) and ALL PEOPLE , STATE, CHILD CARE, TEACHERS…-ALL–SHOULD BE RELEASING 1 DAY A WEEK OF WORK-LIKE EUROPE.

    THIS WOULD SOLVE THE WHOLE STATE CRISIS BECAUSE, FOR ONE, IT WOULD NOT LAST LONG AND EVENTUALLY THE ECONOMY WOULD BENEFIT. FOR US, 4 DAYS/WEEK, FINE WITH ME-MORE TIME FOR THE REAL THINGS, FRIENDS, HEALTH, FAMILY.

    WE NEVER LEARN FROM THE OLD COUNTRY, EVEN IN HEALTH CARE. LOOK AT SWEDEN. THEY TOOK THE WHOLE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM TO A REFERENDUM AND ALL THE WEALTH PRIVATE INSURANCE CO. LOST OUT.

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