Members of Congress to stump for McFadden, Westrom this week

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  1. Submitted by E Gamauf on 09/02/2014 - 12:37 pm.

    McFadden can’t stand on his own.

    What good does it do to bring in hitters from Louisiana & Wisconsin?
    That only matters to people already supporting McF & not even independents.

    Both are states with serious problems & its McF’s party that is at the root of many of them.

    McFadden has shown that he has a poor grasp of issues that matter to Minnesotans. He’s constantly backpedaling on his earlier declarations & positions, its nearly as though he’ll say anything to get elected.

    This is a matter of record.

    I’m sure they’re coaching him around the clock now, so that he has canned answers to fall back on when the later debates happen.

    • Submitted by Logan Foreman on 09/02/2014 - 03:08 pm.

      Perfect – fat cat WI businessman

      Campaigning for fat cat investment banker. Goal – end the middle class using trickle down “economic” policy.

  2. Submitted by jason myron on 09/02/2014 - 08:42 pm.

    McFadden has often pointed to Johnson…

    “McFadden has often pointed to Johnson, a businessman-turned-politician, as one of the lawmakers he’d look to emulate if he’s elected to the Senate this fall.” Sure Mike…you go ahead and run on that. This along with Jeff Johnson pledging to “go all Scott Walker” on Minnesota should make for a peaceful election evening for all Minnesota progressives.

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