MN Governor Candidates Debate At General Mills- Full Video

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Entire Debate hosted by Twin West Chamber of Commerce at General Mills between the top three Governor Candidates : Mark Dayton; Rep. Tom Emmer; and Tom Horner.

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20 Responses to “MN Governor Candidates Debate At General Mills- Full Video”

  1. Lexiii211997 Says:

    How do you have the time to watch this all? O.o

  2. dailyuser2012 Says:

    General Mills as in the maker of Lucky Charms?

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  5. mrfrymcflubbs Says:

    @Horhayj I wouldn’t disagree that cuts have to be made in spending. However, we do have responsibilities that we must meet to our fellow citizens and ourselves. So, simply cutting spending and taxes can’t solve our problems alone. Also, comparing the economies and populations of Minnesota is a stretch. There are similarities to be sure, but adopting their model wouldn’t work in MN.

  6. Horhayj Says:

    @mrfrymcflubbs
    Or how about South Dakota? They have no state income tax and very low taxes for businesses and have one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country and are not in a deficit. Know why? ‘Cause they limit their spending…..and it’s a pretty nice place.

  7. Horhayj Says:

    @DarkestMarker
    Actually this election I think really is a three party race. Too many people don’t like Dayton and Horner is going to be their moderately liberal option. Though Emmer will be getting my vote. I don’t trust the other two.

  8. Horhayj Says:

    Dayton is absolutely completely right about education. Too bad he’s pretty wrong about a lot of other things.

  9. DarkestMarker Says:

    @ck1984able that is what i was saying. that is unfortunate and disgusting about the fact that our political systems has essentially turned into a lesser of 2 evils.

    I am voting for who i WANT to win. but unfortunately alot of people of have talked to about it are going with the lesser of 2 evils vote

  10. DarkestMarker Says:

    what is more important. making sure Emmer doesn’t win(which means voting for dayton) or having the candidate that is best for MN win (which is Horner but can he get enough votes to beat out both of them??) America is not supposed to be a 2party system but is that not what we finds ourselves in?

  11. DarkestMarker Says:

    @erichathy222 hahahaha,
    and when jesus does come back, he is not going to bring biggots like emmer back to heaven with him

  12. mrfrymcflubbs Says:

    The idea that we simply have to cut taxes in order to create a positive business climate is absurd. Employers also came here because Minnesota had the among the best educated workforce in the country, which is sadly on the decline. If all we had to do to create jobs was have low taxes, we would all be looking up to the industrial powerhouses such as Mississippi and Alabama

  13. erichathy222 Says:

    @bongtoke88 all this stuff does not matter Jesus Christ is soon to return

  14. bongtoke88 Says:

    I agree with Dayton, making 150k is NOT middle class! 50k-100k is about right for middle class

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  16. slfredine Says:

    I’d like to remove all the duplicative rhetoric from Emmer’s comments…I think that would leave him with, “Hi, I’m Tom Emmer, I have 7 kids and I’m not from Minnesota”. He has no plan, nothing substanative, and certainly not my vote.

  17. schmij8 Says:

    Did he really say “from cradle to grave” at 46:00? Seriously, seriously?

  18. prisonermn Says:

    Hey Dayton, you are obviously nothing more than a spoiled rich man with a political hobby. Please find a new one, and FYI a family making 150k is NOT RICH! That is the group carrying this economy on it’s back! Get a clue.

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  20. CPAsheldon Says:

    Emmer is good at 26:30. He has a good understanding that the private economy has to be growing in order to fund any additional government programs, unless other government spending is cut (because it is not a high priority item). He is not from my state, but I hope he wins this battle. Are Minnesota voters listening?

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