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I find it richly ironic that Josh Heintzeman called the Crow Wing County Human Rights Commission a "political serpent in the grass" and a "political tool under the guise of human rights" in October 2011. If one recalls he was accusing the HRC of ...

I find it richly ironic that Josh Heintzeman called the Crow Wing County Human Rights Commission a "political serpent in the grass" and a "political tool under the guise of human rights" in October 2011. If one recalls he was accusing the HRC of being a partisan attack dog against conservative politicians and for proof he mentions the HRC vs. Paul Koering incident of 2005. What's really funny about this is that he was a part of Paul Gazelka's campaign to run Paul Koering out of the Minnesota Senate in 2010.

William Durham

Brainerd

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