Analyis finds shortfall Minneapolis s...

Analyis finds shortfall Minneapolis stadium finance plan

There are 2 comments on the KARE 11 TV story from Feb 10, 2012, titled Analyis finds shortfall Minneapolis stadium finance plan. In it, KARE 11 TV reports that:

The quest to keep NFL football in Minneapolis hinges on -- among many other things -- the city delivering a $300 million share of the project cost.

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Chicago, IL

#1 Feb 10, 2012
The short fall is about 650 million dollars.

That's how much public money Zygi the Pinhead feels he is entitled to.

With that kind of money he can afford to buy a LOT of politicians.
Jack Awff

Redmond, WA

#2 Feb 10, 2012
So the city of Minneapolis has to lay $300 million on the Vikes, eh? Nice bit of corporate welfare, that.

Mayor-for-Life R(aise) T(axes) Rybak doesn't want the citizens of Minneapolis voting in a referendum on any stadium plan. Why do you suppose that is? You reckon
R(aise) T(axes) has a corporate welfare scheme afoot for the Vikes?

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