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Tom Christensen

New Hope, MN
Commenter for
3 years 44 weeks

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Posted on 04/25/14 at 11:32 am in response to Lack of indoor pool a 'civil rights struggle'?

If medical marijuana has proven benefits it should be approved. If recreational marijuana is approved at some point Minnesota will never smell the same. It will have the putrid odor of marijuana. We have enough ways to kill each other on the highways without legalizing marijuana. Just because it generates revenue it is not a rational to ever approve it for recreational use.

Posted on 04/21/14 at 03:21 pm in response to Legislators openly miffed at cops on pot debate

Then you will see why Dayton has a cash advantage. The Republicans keep offering political extremists, no brand change, tired talking points, and candidates that won't state their positions. Nothing to vote for, only against. They continue as the party of NO. Now the voters feel the same way about the Republicans, Absolutely NO!

Posted on 04/20/14 at 02:47 pm in response to Recreational marijuana supporters plan Capitol rally Wednesday

Wherever recreational marijuana is approved it will stink inside, outside, and wherever you go. Just because it will generate revenue is not a rational reason to make the Big Stink legal. We already have enough way to get addicted without bothering everyone else in the process.

Posted on 04/18/14 at 09:58 am in response to Minnesota's minimum wage may suck workers from Wisconsin

Beyond cheese what do you plan to buy when you flock to Wisconsin? I don't believe you can justify the trip. We have the same quality cheese, readily available here. You can throw up a fog ball, hoping it will stick, but you can't justify a trip to Wisconsin for what little you would buy there. Minnesota will be the benefactor in the long run. If Wisconsin wants to work their way to the bottom that is up to them.

Posted on 04/18/14 at 05:52 pm in response to Minnesota's minimum wage may suck workers from Wisconsin

I prefer to keep Minnesota a nice place to live. If you have notice how we rank high in many quality of life polls, the extra cost is worth it.

If they want to move, let them move, others will replace them. Mississippi is wide open if they prefer diminished amenities and a lower skilled workforce. There isn’t any evidence showing a massive number of companies move from Minnesota’s because of taxes. This tax scare thing is a fog ball thrown out there in hopes that it will stick. I'...

Posted on 04/17/14 at 10:17 am in response to McFadden’s first attack ad lacks substance, but it could work

Beyond failed talking points - NOTHING. We can still mark the GOP's effort to change their brand as no progress.

Another hollowed out Republican. Beyond talking points there is nothing.

Posted on 04/10/14 at 11:57 am in response to For Minnesota's maxed-out donors, court ruling gives new leeway

Just wait it is going to get worse. There are two kinds of votes in America. The one at the ballot box and the one from the checkbook. Don't think the large amounts from the checkbooks don't have major strings attached. If you thought we have corruption now, just wait it is going to get worse. The endless chasing of the money is one reason they don't get anything done. One election ends and the very next day the next election starts. Common sense has been beaten out of the process...

Posted on 04/10/14 at 06:59 pm in response to For Minnesota's maxed-out donors, court ruling gives new leeway

The unions are trying to do good for MANY. The likes of the Koch brother are trying to good for THEMSELVES. Huge difference.

Posted on 04/09/14 at 04:47 pm in response to House DFL pushing women's pay and workplace protection

Didn't all restaurants fall on bad times and go out of business, as the Republicans claimed, when smoking wasn't allowed inside the facility. I guess smoker have to eat too. Now a raise in a hamburger price is going to send me to a neighboring state. It's going to take Minnesotan's twenty buck round trip to North or South Dakota, five dollars to Iowa or Wisconsin, to save a dollar on a hamburger. I predict they won't be going. Given the oil boom in North Dakota hamburger prices are...