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james anderson

new hope, MN
Commenter for
3 years 46 weeks

Recent Comments

Posted on 07/25/13 at 12:06 pm in response to Franken prepping government-surveillance transparency bill

Franken has an election to try and win.This is a good issue to grab.As a big government guy he will drop it as soon as convient.

I realize that passing time wopuld deprive the cartoon of some of it;s ooph but waiting for the cause may point a different direction.

Stop all stadium work until new non gambling revenue is found. We can stand losing the money already spent but not any more.The Vikings are not going anywhere

Posted on 04/05/13 at 11:08 am in response to GOP's Nienow urges delaying Vikes stadium groundbreaking

Perhaps sanity is breaking out at the legisiture.

Posted on 03/27/13 at 12:08 pm in response to AG Lori Swanson to Sanford takeover of Fairview: Not so fast

It's time to stop anything concerning the stadium now. It may cost some money to stop until the financing is secured and reliable. If the finger pointing and scrambling for a fix continue the taxpayer is going to get stung foe millions.

Posted on 03/25/13 at 01:13 pm in response to Tubby Smith out as U of M basketball coach

What a wonderful place to work . $2,500,000 plus $250,000 NCAA
money for failure.

Posted on 03/25/13 at 01:52 pm in response to Tubby Smith out as U of M basketball coach

Why when the extension was signed did the buyout go from 1.5 million to 2.5 million? Rewarding failure sticks in my craw

Posted on 03/25/13 at 12:30 pm in response to Ethics office investigating potential Bachmann campaign violations

Though I am no Bachman fan, it wtll be interesting to see if this takes as long and produces as littlt as Charley Rangels did.

Posted on 12/08/12 at 12:04 pm in response to Is there enough money to finance the Vikings stadium?

The dtadium costd will overrun and take a massive bite out of the mn. taxpayer. It was put togeher with too many assumotions on revenue streams.

Posted on 12/03/12 at 03:05 pm in response to Lockouts highlight a need for change in the orchestra business

The musicians need to realize that they are employees. Talented but employees .