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Thomas Swift

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St. Paul, MN
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6 years 41 weeks

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"Its a tired argument to goad fictions about a senator who’s held the office for nearly a term."

Forget fictions. What has Franken accomplished during his near term? With the exception of his tie breaking vote to pass Obamacare, I'm at a loss to find anything for the left to crow about.

In all honesty, the best recommendation the left can give Al Franken is that he wasn't the bombastic fool everyone expected him to be. And that is due to the competent handling of the people...

"I remember how these republicans squirmed with glee when Dayton and Franken got the nod."

Yes, hopefully they well never again overestimate the standards of Democrats.

Franken "won" by 250 votes, Paul. Please don't paint Minnesota voters with that broad brush.

Bill, the people of Minnesota didn't vote to legalize SSM. If you wish to make the results of this election a litmus test on their reaction to having been manipulated, I'm with you. SC politics are wonderful, thank-you for asking.

If I'm not mistaken, and I'm not, the message was "There is already a law against SSM. Changing the constitution is mean and unnecessary." Now among Democrats, it was certainly "wink, wink", but I never heard "let the Legislature decide".

Ya can't bring yourself to be honest about it, even now. Sheesh.

Posted on 09/10/14 at 02:52 pm in response to St. Paul Police release two surveillance videos of skyway incident

Here's a link to the video:

http://bringmethenews.com/2014/09/10/surveillance-video-of-controversial...

The guy was walking in the skyway when he was accosted by St. Paul's finest. Pretty much what Lollie said.

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Posted on 09/10/14 at 08:11 pm in response to St. Paul Police release two surveillance videos of skyway incident

Actually, the DA dropped the charges before they ever got to a court.

"Doing Health Care right"; Minnesota style:

"House File 3172 [which was passed by both houses in April] increased spending by $323 million over the next two years and costs another $900 million in 2016-17."

"The biggest cost in this bill is actually put off until next biennium—a costly Obamacare bailout. [Minnesota] Taxpayers will be on the hook $406 million in fiscal years 2016-17 with this shift and gimmick. The bill requires the Healthcare Access Fund (HCAF) shortfall,...

Yeah, right. And as the Minnesota VA proves, when a government bureaucrat says everything is on the up and up, it's on the up and up.

http://bringmethenews.com/2014/09/05/rep-walz-wants-minnesota-va-clinic-...

"As best...

Posted on 09/10/14 at 08:53 am in response to Criminal charges in priest sex cases 'unlikely'

Unless the SPPD has video of Lollie handing that overweight, aggressive copper a doughnut, I fear Coleman's gonna need a much bigger tin cup for this year's "we're broke tour" of the capitol.