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jody rooney

withrow, MN
Commenter for
3 years 33 weeks

Recent Comments

Posted on 10/30/14 at 10:05 am in response to The Met Council problem: regionalism

I thought the Thrive 2040 as described was a little out there. Mostly because I believe the twin cities has already missed the transit boat.

But we see what happens when we get local control. Hugo just re did the rail line as a trail. I suppose 5 years from now when the commuter rail stops in White Bear and the after work buying goes with it they will work on local community development.

Ms. Krocket is however way off the mark. Did the Center ever have anyone who could...

Posted on 10/27/14 at 09:44 am in response to Sparks fly in Franken-McFadden debate

I love that Mr. Lambert is up early enough to get his column up. Thank you.

That's a real question. I don't know the answer but I suspect that paying on people's fears have been around for a long time.

What we don't have is an immediate response.

How about 10 seconds of after every ad?

turn you off to politics. It is nice that Minnesotan's show up.

Posted on 10/17/14 at 09:05 pm in response to Promises, promises: revisiting Mark Dayton's 2010 campaign pledges

shown on table 2-8 of this report:

Shows that lower income people are more likely to smoke than those of higher incomes

And lower income folks will pay more of the tax then it is regressive.

Another look can be seen here on the CDC...

Posted on 10/17/14 at 09:08 pm in response to GOP targets Met Council as campaign issue

for a seat on the council? He is so sensible.

Posted on 10/16/14 at 02:14 pm in response to Can the Met Council be tamed?

although I would probably take Jim Nobles advice on anything and really think the hybrid is a good pragmatic alternative for the whiners.

The issue isn't about equity it's about vision and coordination and it is much easier for a central body making objective decisions to do just that.

The transportation network is not just about commuters it is also about moving goods. make the The new Stillwater bridge is not redundant, look at the map in Wisconsin. Try to find good...

Posted on 10/15/14 at 11:25 am in response to Stanley Hubbard is a major contributor to Koch brothers' new super PAC

If Mr. Hubbard's values include anything like compassion then he should match his political contributions with contributions to help homeless youth or some other group so that they can become self sufficient.

How about comparisons of political and charitable giving. Not faux charities that say they are education organizations that spew political propaganda in the guise of education, but ones that put food in people's stomachs, a roof over their head, pays for education of...

They use to be responsible for training and with them you got well trained workers pretty much right off the street.

Now I think Connie is quite right - businesses are asking to government to foot the bill for their pre on the job training. Become a union shop and you won't have to worry about training.

Is anything that doesn't affirm white male superiority considered hate speech?

Besides we in Minnesota always knew Lief Erickson landed on the North American Content well be fore Columbus. Then of course there is St. Brenden and his mad monks.

But be that as it may: I believe the true first inhabitants some might say first discoverers (I don't believe we have found any pre homo sapiens here) came here much, much earlier.