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Senator says the biggest challenge on the federal level will be balancing the budget
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By RussCrowder on 01-14-13 @ 4:43 pm
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Good thinking Jon…That’s just what we need in the Montana legislature, a little more of that
Democrat/Obama bipartisanship!
By Scratching my head on 01-15-13 @ 7:45 am
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Wow, if that’s not hypocritical I don’t know what is.  “Everybody needs to cooperate, except us at the
federal level.”  Sen. Tester, clean up your own house before you start telling others how to run theirs. 
When I see the US congress working together to solve the fiscal problems we have ahead, I’ll believe
what you’re saying.  Until then, you’re just another politician who like a weather man, can’t seem to tell
the truth.
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