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Jackson Cage

Chanhassen, MN
Commenter for
4 years 16 hours

Recent Comments

1. I would note that often times the public doesn't differentiate between corporations and its CEO's when it comes to politics.

2. I can't wait until corporations are given 2nd amendment rights. Then maybe Hobbytown can take over Hobby Lobby thru an armed invasion.

Posted on 07/09/14 at 12:49 pm in response to Minnesota House candidate makes AIDS, 'Gay Agenda' campaign issues least the Party hasn't endorsed any of them. And, besides, where am I going to get my legislative humor if not from one of these goofballs?

Posted on 07/09/14 at 02:10 pm in response to UberX and Lyft clear key Minneapolis City Council committee

...but in fairness, she wasn't a widow when the suit was brought.

Posted on 07/07/14 at 07:21 am in response to Twin Cities are short 460 bus shelters

The only way climate change could exist is if the earth were round.

raed the Bush Cheney exit strategy. It's exactly what was followed. So if it's a "capitulation", you can thank the Republicans.

Posted on 07/03/14 at 08:06 am in response to Target 'requests' that 'guests' not carry guns

Cuz there's never been a shooting at a shopping mall!! I know if I were carrying, I could have probably prevented the muggings I've suffered while trying to purchase underwear.

You just have to wonder about the insecurity of individuals who honestly believe they need to carry a weapon while shopping.

Thanks Hobby Lobby.

Posted on 06/30/14 at 02:49 pm in response to Day-care union takes a hit with Supreme Court ruling

they'd have a clue as to the identity of the new manager.

Posted on 06/30/14 at 09:23 am in response to McFadden is replacing his campaign manager

Wow, apparently, a Stanford education isn't what it used to be?

Posted on 06/19/14 at 07:01 am in response to Report: Only 26 of 73 MNsure website components working properly

Given the dramatic rise in the number of freight trains (mostly carrying ND oil), I would guess people anticipate trains stopping aat a crossing leaving them stranded for sometimes more than a hour. Thus, the "incentive" to try to beat a train.