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MN Politics

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Rolfe, Aug 14, 2014.

  1. Rolfe

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    But is he a Republican or Democrat?
     
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    If the color of the dog's fur is YELLOW, then the dog most probably is a Democrat. :smilewinkgrin:
     
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    The GOP endorsed and primary winner for governor, Jeff Johnson, has promised if elected, to "go all Scott Walker on Minnesota."
     
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    The comedian is leading in the polls against his Republican challenger!
     
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    And yet still won the election. :thumbs:
     
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    I'm sure that if you look back at the political history of most of the states in the US that you'd find ones who won the election who went on to be, shall we say, "less than highly ethical and/or desireable" as office holders.

    Right off hand, I can name you some so-called "winners" who, in retrospect, turned out to be real "losers" when it came to some of the things they did for (Maybe I should say against.) the state of Tennessee. (NOTE: Some of them were Democrats and some of them were Republicans.)
     
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    :thumbs: If your state's situation is like Wisconsin's (a few years ago), you would benefit.
     
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