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Thursday, May 18, 2006 

Bread and Butter

As the U.S. economy stumbles, quality health care and education become unaffordable, and good jobs become more difficult to find, Republicans continue to hem and haw about the frivolous. You know, the stuff that maybe needs to be changed at some point, but it doesn't really matter whether it's today or next year. Probably more than anything else, this is why Democrats across the country are going to be so successful this November.

The new frivolousness this week is Rep. Marty Seifert's introduction of a bill - in the last few days of session, no less - barring schools from using a Spanish version of the Pledge of Allegiance. Because that's what I woke up today worrying about, and that's what I want the Legislature to deal with before this year's session ends.

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