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Tom Christensen

New Hope, MN
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3 years 36 weeks

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Posted on 02/27/14 at 04:35 pm in response to Minnesotans at Obama's speech speak of hope and dreams

What race did George W. Bush's performance eliminate from being president? Maybe you have forgotten about him already.

Posted on 02/27/14 at 06:13 pm in response to Minnesotans at Obama's speech speak of hope and dreams

For those who race matters what race did George W. Bush eliminate from the possibility of being President? It is going to be hard to forget George for a very long time. Luckily not presidents, but Tim Pawlenty nor Michelle Bachmann have done us any favors either. I guess political philosophy matters.

he is just reflecting the Republican's long history of being against everything. Without any positive Republican leadership all the Republican's can do is say "no" because they can't come up with any viable ideas of their own. They are too busy working on their social engineering projects in Minnesota and across the country. Every ten Republicans feel they are the Republican party. That is why the public got 4 different responses to the President's State of the Union speech. It was a...

Posted on 02/21/14 at 09:04 am in response to Bachmann: Obama election due to 'guilt'

As usual Bachmann has it wrong. No pent up desire for a woman president was the feeling she got after her very brief ineffective presidential run. Her presidential run wasn't a vote against a woman it was specifically a vote against her nonsense. Bachmann should look around and she will notice there isn't a republican party anymore. No one can tell you who their leader is, what they are for, or even what they are against. State of the Union response required four different people with...

Posted on 02/16/14 at 06:41 pm in response to Five dead in Minneapolis fire

The leadership of the Minneapolis/St. Paul archdiocese is not helping the damaged image of the Catholic Church. Not quite what the public expects of them. After they were ordered to testify under oath they fight the order stating transparency is the issue. If it were one or two priests maybe handling in a non-transparent manner would work providing they made meaningful changes so it wouldn’t happen again. The problem is much larger than one or two priests. If they are going to give the...

Posted on 02/13/14 at 05:32 pm in response to Archdiocese reveals it has spent $8.8 million on priest misconduct

The very institution, which above all, is be expected to keep children safe, can't keep them safe. The church is so cloaked in secrecy that when abuse does happen the church can't deal with it in an ethical manner. How does the church preach the word of God and yet it is so weak it can't keep children safe. It takes a court of law to get them to reveal their very sad handling of abuse and expose the cost associated with the abuse. I can't help but wonder what else the church is hiding....

Posted on 02/13/14 at 06:37 pm in response to Marty Seifert: ‘Minnesota government costs too much’

George W. Bush - disaster, Tim Pawlenty - disaster, Scott Walker - disaster, Chris Christie - disaster, Michelle Bachmann - disaster, Mitch McConnell - disaster, Sarah Palin - disaster, Ted Cruz - disaster, Rand Paul - disaster and the list goes on. What they all have in common is they are hardliner political zealots. What the Republican's really need is their political moderates to return. They are the ones able to work with others. They weren't against ideas that were once their own....

Food stamps are getting cut so there will be less food at home and now we can't see our way for the kids to have some food. We are turning into a heartless society when we feel if serves our political needs to punish kids by withholding food. Cut their food and then wonder why their test scores are not so good. Voters better sit up and start paying attention to the politicians who want to continually work the system in their very self-centered favor.

Posted on 02/05/14 at 05:59 pm in response to Jon Stewart on Fox on Obama, the master of distraction

You can't put the words Fox and news in the same sentence because they are not related. It is strictly Fox Entertainment for the very few. Fox would rather manufacture the news than report on it.

Posted on 02/03/14 at 03:26 pm in response to Fundraising round-up: Mills tops Nolan again, Emmer's big year

It proves the Republicans are out of quality candidates. But then again it is the 6th district trying to replace Bachmann. The bar isn't very high.