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Logan Foreman

Bloomington, MN
Commenter for
3 years 2 days

Recent Comments

Posted on 12/05/14 at 11:35 am in response to Looking forward, Bachmann wants a voice in 2016 elections

She keeps talking especially on fox. Every time she does - more votes for the Democrats.

Posted on 12/11/14 at 08:41 am in response to The new solid South

LOL Swift - poverty, lack of healthcare, unemployment, measures to keep people from voting and so on did not make America great

Posted on 12/05/14 at 12:41 pm in response to The anatomy of a $1 billion budget surplus

Just again points out that republicans say they want x,y and z (now especially for outstate MN) but they never say how they will fund x,y and z. That is especially true on transportation issues. How will Daubt pay for bridges and roads, if not by a gas tax, which is a user fee? Why and specifically where are new roads or bridges necessary in outstate? I also think the press does a lousy job in demanding answers.

Posted on 12/03/14 at 04:38 pm in response to New majority Minnesota House GOP caucus sets leadership team

Also No Matt Dean. No Rod Hamilton. I smell schisms already. They always talk about the first 3 "goals" prior to the session but nothing is ever done about them. Just those social issues to rally the far right. The 4 goal is also a non-starter. There are far too many paved roads in much of out state MN already. (There is a need to deal with Highway 14 and 169)

Posted on 12/02/14 at 05:02 pm in response to Franken's net worth of $2.9 million tops state delegation

As soon as every corporate executive in MN worth more than $2.9 million divides it with every employee in the corporation. Fat chance. LOL

Posted on 12/02/14 at 12:14 pm in response to Reasonable Daudt

Handles and controls that diverse band of republicans.

Posted on 11/29/14 at 10:42 am in response to In Appleton, public TV's ‘Postcards’ find beauty in the prairie

Keep up the great interesting stories

Pay for their wish list! Great idea

Unless the out state population stops dropping on a yearly basis.

Unless the out state population stops dropping on a yearly basis.