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Johnson's hypocrisy

I found it truly amazing that Republican gubernatorial candidate Jeff Johnson would sling criticism at Gov. Mark Dayton because former president Bill Clinton would be in the state stumping for Dayton, because, at the time he was throwing his mud,...

I found it truly amazing that Republican gubernatorial candidate Jeff Johnson would sling criticism at Gov. Mark Dayton because former president Bill Clinton would be in the state stumping for Dayton, because, at the time he was throwing his mud, Johnson knew that three days after Clinton's visit, prominent New Jersey GOP governor Chris Christie would be in the state stumping for him.

We all know what is said about people who live in glass houses. Johnson, in a desperate measure, did a magnificent job in displaying hypocrisy at its finest.

Brian Marsh

Brainerd

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