NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - It's almost over.
Minnesota lawmakers will take up the state budget Tuesday afternoon, the latest step in ending the nation's longest government shutdown in recent years.
Lawmakers will vote on 12 bills that were drawn up in accordance with the budget deal that Governor Mark Dayton and Republican legislative leaders reached last Thursday.
Look at the shape you left Minnesota in Pawlenty. And you wonder why you're doing so bad in the polls.
"It's almost over."
Oh goody. I suppose that means all's forgiven and we can all go back to ignoring how it was caused, pretending that Pawlenty had nothing to do with it and living in the world of make-believe where he's a legitimate candidate for POTUS. What's that? we never left because the "news" media needs to prop up as many GOP candidates as possible to generate sensationalized "news" 24 hours per day? Oh yeah...I forgot.
Curious how they couldn't find common ground until someone realized that the entire state was about to run out of most brands of beer and cigarrettes.
Why did the Democrat governor shut down the state? Did he run it out of money?