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Kelly Guncheon

Plymouth, Minnesota
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2 years 7 weeks

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I walked out of a grocery store one morning, and there was a middle-aged women lying on the sidewalk, with her 8-year-old daughter standing over her, hysterical because she thought her mother was dying. As it turns out, the mother had tripped on a sidewalk edge and fallen, breaking her glasses, which left a 2-inch gash above her eyebrow which was bleeding profusely onto the sidewalk beneath her head.

After checking the situation out, I quickly ran into the store to grab a roll of...

You can fault the DFL for numerous things (e.g., dysfunctional leadership, inability to organize a coherent message, etc.), but a lack of bipartisanship is not one of them. Republicans are simply dead set against a bipartisanship, which they consider to be a weakness. My district has a Republican Representative who couldn't wait to not only rage against anything the DFL and the Governor did, but establish straw-man arguments and hyperbole to support their dark side. How are you supposed...

I don't know this guy, nor have I heard him speak, so I can only respond to his assertions in this article. But if this is any indication of being the best anti-gay marriage he can offer, I'm dumbstruck.

First, he isolates his mothers' sexuality as being the cause of his difficult childhood, but minimizes the facts that he grew up in a mobile home where his parents were together for him only on weekends, or that he was separated from and raised differently than his brothers and...

Posted on 11/02/12 at 11:45 am in response to Small-town Minnesota publisher supports gay marriage, loses subscribers

Funny and sad that a small-town newspaper editor understands a newspaper's role better than that of a major Minnesota city. The PIPress's argument is just as specious as the amendment. Burbach and the PiPress allege that people aren't influenced by endorsements and are able to obtain information elsewhere. Then why should the paper take a position about anything? Readers can easily find a wealth of information about nearly anything; the marriage amendment is not unique in that regard....

Posted on 02/24/12 at 04:13 pm in response to Senate GOP passes expanded 'Castle Doctrine'

With all the garbage Republicans are trying to pull this year, including the constitutional amendments, it's no wonder why they're so worried about protecting themselves.