Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty greets reporters before speaking at a Republican Party of Arkansas fund raising dinner in Little Rock, Ark., in June 2009. Pawlenty leaves office in early January. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
Pawlenty says he concentrates in Minnesota issues
ST. PAUL -- Tim Pawlenty says many Minnesotans think he already mentally has moved on from being governor because Democrats cannot believe he rejects tax increases.
In a Forum Communications interview today, Pawlenty said that Democrats' logic goes something like this: "He must be running for president or he would be raising taxes."
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