Congratulations, Paul Wellstone and Mark Dayton, once again these guys showed up to help the common worker! We need more people in politics with their qualities. Oh, P.S. -- Where was Norm or any other Republicans for that matter?
Other views needed
Affinity there for those liberal Washington Post editorials, apparently. Today's (Monday) blasts Bush for being, ah, well, political. Tsk. Tsk. As the chief leader of his party, let's hope so. Or does that only apply to the Great Pardoner Clinton? Views from "the other side" once in a while? Try the Washington Times or Weekly Standard sometime?
As T. Jefferson once said, "difference of opinion leads to inquiry, and inquiry leads to truth. . . " or words like that.
In February I attended one of the many school bond meetings about the referendum. The meeting was held at the Log Cabin Restaurant in downtown Brainerd. At this meeting was School Superintendent Walseth. I asked Mr. Walseth specifically about the possibility of Potlatch closing. Mr. Walseth assured me that he had talked to Potlatch and they told him that they would not be closing the Brainerd plant. Who lied? Was this the reason for the March vote, instead of November?
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