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Monday, July 20, 2009


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Karen Olson

Ms. Swanson is not your knight in shining armor. First, the Minnesota AG's office has been ignoring consumer complaints about NAF for the last 7 years. Swanson only files suits when other states have already done so, and is confident that she can make a huge splash in the press before immediately settling the suit. Second, Swanson is a bad apple. She busted a union in her office, and a legislative auditor's investigation into her office confirmed that she ordered attorneys to falsify affidavits, file meritless suits to generate good press, etc. Swanson is a democratic version of Sarah Palin. While the end result here is good (NAF is out of the picture), Swanson does not deserve our thanks. Minnesota deserves an attorney general that will practice what she preaches, an will protect our consumers even when the cameras aren't rolling.

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