Twin Cities election roundup: Polls c...

Twin Cities election roundup: Polls closed; now waiting, projecting and political quips begin

There are 72 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Nov 2, 2010, titled Twin Cities election roundup: Polls closed; now waiting, projecting and political quips begin. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Horner in the house: Within 10 minutes of polls closing, camp Horner announced Minnesota Independence Party gubernatorial candidate Tom Horner "is in the house" - at his Minnetonka watch party.

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Gods spokesperson

Saint Paul, MN

#66 Nov 3, 2010
Jen wrote:
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Are you on crack. The entire time Emmer had attack ads on his kids, family, 20 year old DWIs. You name the Dems attacked. When push comes to shove and conservatives push back, Dems cry fowl. Imagine that, they can dish it out but can't take it.
I had to read this about four or five times to make sense of it, but I think my favorite part was "crying fowl"!

As in crying duck or geese?

Loved it! Thanks for the laugh!
Danno

United States

#67 Nov 3, 2010
anonymous wrote:
Is anyone else wondering why Michelle Bachman is celebrating in Bloomington and not her own district? Wouldn't you want to be with the people who voted you in? Certainly they must have nice facilities in St. Cloud.
What a crybaby. You can't simply fuss over her win, you must fuss over the facility that is booked for her supporters? I'll bet she traveled on roads outside the district during her compaign as well - oh the humanity. Lame.
AntiMelting

Brainerd, MN

#68 Nov 3, 2010
Gods spokesperson wrote:
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That's because I'm scared to death of what a Emmer win would look like. After eight years of Governor Pawlenty, what is left to slash and burn from state budgets?
You better be concerned, Pawlenty wasn't even a conservative. There's lots of waste still to be slashed. Hopefully it will happen.
AntiMelting

Brainerd, MN

#69 Nov 3, 2010
Not Your Way wrote:
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And yet another deluded liberal jack a s s, of all the MN congressional delegation McCollum is known as dimmest, rubber stamp party hack of them all. She isn't even known outside of this state to be an embarrassment. She IS a prime example of the frighteningly mindless liberals that will vote for anybody or anything that has DFL behind it.
I live in the heart of this area and can't believe people still vote for her. These people are insane.
Dick L

Saint Paul, MN

#70 Nov 3, 2010
Now can we remove all the effn yard signs?
AntiMelting

Brainerd, MN

#71 Nov 3, 2010
Dick L wrote:
Now can we remove all the effn yard signs?
Sure, why not. Cash for Clunkers already took care of 90% of the Obama bumper stickers.
Steve Tellers

Lakewood, OH

#72 Nov 3, 2010
I predict if they dig really deep at the precincts in Minneapolis and St. Paul, they will find enough fraudulent Dayton votes to give Emmer the victory.
Kepmeister

Minneapolis, MN

#73 Nov 3, 2010
Well, Amy, maybe the witch of the west will be melted in 2 more years.
Janet Incompetano

North Charleston, SC

#74 Nov 3, 2010
DFL...disaster for life.
Lucky Rosenbloom

Saint Paul, MN

#75 Nov 3, 2010
Bostrom will bring some much needed Core Values to the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office such as Respect, Honesty, Personal Growth, Integrity, Individual Accountability, Safety and Commitment that our citizens will be proud to call our Sheriff's Office.
Lucky Tiger Jack Rosenbloom
anonymous

Saint Paul, MN

#76 Nov 4, 2010
Janet Incompetano wrote:
DFL...disaster for life.
That's cute. Remind yourself of that little ditty the next time you put food on your table, compliments of the farmer. Why not drop that line the next time you have your car in for repairs, your furnace fixed, plumbing repaired, or purchase ANY item, all by the hands of a laborer.
Lisping Narcissist

United States

#77 Nov 4, 2010
anonymous wrote:
<quoted text> That's cute. Remind yourself of that little ditty the next time you put food on your table, compliments of the farmer. Why not drop that line the next time you have your car in for repairs, your furnace fixed, plumbing repaired, or purchase ANY item, all by the hands of a laborer.
Use of term
"Laborer" is remarkable in light
of subsidized corporate farming and public employee unions.

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