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Tue Dec 29, 2020, 06:24 PM

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of the dead, but Ralph is equally at fault. And he joined in on the state GOP's months of dismissive attitudes and behaviors regarding Covid, its insistence on the full reopening of the state in the midst of soaring caseload because, as Paul "the Ghoul" Gazelka put it, "we need to get on with our lives", and its continual threats against and harassment of Gov. Walz for simply trying to keep the state safe and save as many lives as possible. He also voted against most of the measures to help citizens and was unresponsive to constituent concerns unless they agreed with him.

I was thrilled that he lost his reelection bid, even if it was just by a thin margin. I'm sorry for his death and feel badly for his family, but he attended the party of his own volition, dismissing the risks. He could have stayed home.

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