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Argument Against Stadium Insulting

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Give Dean Urdahl credit. The man is a poet. Monday night, he evoked the likes of T.S. Eliiot and Tupac, packing worlds of meaning into a handful of words.

"Why should the state of Minnesota contribute to a stadium for a billionaire owner?" he asked.

Urdahl is a Republican representative from Grove City, and he did us all a favor by starting a key House panel meeting with that question.

Here's what the question revealed:

• Some of our elected officials are often no smarter than the guy who writes in the comments section of an online newspaper, "Your stupid."

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