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Would you do business with the secretive Dan Maes?

Republican gubernatorial candidate told the Grand Junction Sentinel that public utilities should not itemize charges and taxes because that just worries consumers. Scott McInnis disagreed and said utilities and other businesses must be as transparent as possible with consumers and itemize all charges.

Who is the Tea Party candidate here? The secretive and intentionally deceptive Dan Maes or the career politician Scott Mcinnis.

Would you hire Maes as your governor if you knew that he would try to avoid upsetting you with the dirty little details of government?

Or would you hire Scott McInnis if you knew that he believes in your right to know?

h/t RockyMountainRight.com.

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Itemized fees annoy customers, Maes contends. By Charles Ashby.

Posted by Donald E. L. Johnson on 06/18/2010 at 04:14 PM

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