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The Minnesota State Fair—the second largest state fair in the country—started a few days ago. It is a wonderful event full of Foot-long Hot Dogs, Fudge Puppies (chocolate-covered waffles on a stick: need I say more?) and Scotch Eggs on a stick to name a few (go ahead, look ‘em up). Next to the hot dog though, mini donuts are a fair staple for many. But if you’re a Republican attending this year, you may want to watch out where you get them.
The Grandstand Mini Donuts located near the grandstand not only have 54 calories per teeny, tiny, fried, sugary-goodness, but a portion of revenue per bag goes towards a PAC which helps to elect Democrats in the state. In 2008, that same PAC donated $45,000 among six different Democrat districts in MN. Isn’t that just like Minnesota Democrats?
The donuts from Tom Thumb are better anyway.
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