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Policies not fair (10/31/2012)
From: Steve Hartwick

Houston, Minn.

Steve Drazkowski’s policies fall short of the equitable. He doesn’t believe that counties should reimburse city libraries on a proportional basis for the costs involved in providing services (tabulated by usage figures) to their patrons. Fair?

Divide and conquer should be a familiar tactic to those who have been observing what’s been going on across the river. Drazkowski’s advocation of “right to work” is a thinly-veiled effort to weaken unions who rightfully deserve a fair share contribution from all workers they represent in regards to wages and working conditions. Just?

Drazkowski also doesn’t think that the taxes paid by the upper 1% to 5% of income earners should be the same percentage the rest of us remunerate. Righteous? 

 

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