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The N&O reported that one of Sen. Phil Berger’s five goals for the new Republican Senate is:
“Write a state budget with no tax increases and with the intent of letting temporary sales tax and income tax surcharges expire on schedule” (italics added).
Saying that's your “intent” is a lot different from promising you’ll do it. Is this a shift in position?
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# Anon
Friday, November 19, 2010 6:52 PM
"hope" is also a lot different than promising you will do something. Most people like to "cash in their hopes"
# dap916
Saturday, November 20, 2010 2:50 PM
The democrats "intended" to keep the republicans from winning the legislature this election year...Um...

That was a pipe dream...but Berger's goals aren't.

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