Minnesota governor candidate Matt Ent...

Minnesota governor candidate Matt Entenza's St. Paul office burglar...

There are 20 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jun 30, 2010, titled Minnesota governor candidate Matt Entenza's St. Paul office burglar.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

DFL Gubernatorial candidate Matt Entenza. A gubernatorial candidate's campaign office was burglarized in St.

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leah

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Jun 30, 2010
he better move to a safer place
JAdams

Minneapolis, MN

#2 Jun 30, 2010
This is one way to keep your name in the news.
Mirror

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Jun 30, 2010
My guess is he would find the culprit if he looks into a mirror.
Joe Hanson

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Jun 30, 2010
How's that sharing the wealth working for you Matt?

“Say What?”

Since: Mar 08

Somewhere

#5 Jun 30, 2010
And here I was going to blame Dayton using a version of Watergate.

“I am always right.”

Since: Oct 09

Former MN Taxpayer

#6 Jun 30, 2010
This fraud is looking for headlines in any way he can grab them.

He Andy...check on the top shelf of Entenza's bedroom closet. I bet you will find all of the missing loot there.
Dan

Minneapolis, MN

#7 Jun 30, 2010
This is nothing but a publicity stunt.
Mark

Minneapolis, MN

#8 Jun 30, 2010
I just did a Google maps street view.
Mike

Alexandria, MN

#9 Jun 30, 2010
In case you voters didn't hear it the first time, "The third place guy in a three horse race had his office broken into." It didn't help the polls the first time, so he had to do it again to get some attention and a few pity votes.
Halderman Erlichman Dean

Inver Grove Heights, MN

#11 Jul 1, 2010
Maybe it was Matt "Nixon" Quam Entenza who did the break in, in order to investigate another DFL candidate for office. Matt Entenza investigated a fellow DFL candidate for Governor in 2006, got caught, lied, and resigned as the DFL endorsed candidate for AG. Now ,he'll tell you he resigned because he was doing it for the good of the party, b as in b and s as in s. He lied and got caught. Honestly I'll bet he broke into his own office to get his name in the paper.
Anybody But Entenza

Saint Paul, MN

#12 Jul 1, 2010
Don't worry, Matt "Nixon" Entenza and his plumbers just got confused in their clandestine investigations of his rival candidates and broke into his own office. Don't ask Matt about it, he'll just lie anyway.
Wasnot Emmer

Saint Paul, MN

#13 Jul 1, 2010
It wasn't Emmer, he has been on his "SAPP Tour". Screw All Poor People. This coinsides with his "BAPP Tour". Blame All Poor People
Jackie

Saint Paul, MN

#14 Jul 1, 2010
Well, Emmer will probably be the next governor, line him up with the clowns the DFL has to offer and I have to say I can't see it turn out any other way..
What about that clown Entenza, did his wife get another hundred million from the health care ceo job, think she will throw much money down this political rat hole?

“I am always right.”

Since: Oct 09

Former MN Taxpayer

#15 Jul 1, 2010
Jackie wrote:
Well, Emmer will probably be the next governor, line him up with the clowns the DFL has to offer and I have to say I can't see it turn out any other way..
Wow, Jackie...you are so wrong.

Minnesota will stand proud this fall and elect our first female Governor, Ms. Kelliher. We will then be able to help all of those that T-Paw has kicked to the curb, and will will again have a reputation around the country as the state with a heart.
Screw The People

Minneapolis, MN

#16 Jul 1, 2010
IrishMN wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, Jackie...you are so wrong.
Minnesota will stand proud this fall and elect our first female Governor, Ms. Kelliher. We will then be able to help all of those that T-Paw has kicked to the curb, and will will again have a reputation around the country as the state with a heart.
The Republicans are too busy trying cut programs that benefit people and reward big business to notice

__________

Top Republican: Raise Social Security's retirement age to 70
By Michael O'Brien - 06/29/10 10:50 AM ET

A Republican-held Congress might look to raise the retirement age to 70, House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) suggested Monday.

Boehner, the top Republican lawmaker in the House, said raising the retirement age by five years, indexing benefits to the rate of inflation and means-testing benefits would make the massive entitlement program more solvent.

"We're all living a lot longer than anyone ever expected," Boehner said in a meeting with the editors of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. "And I think that raising the retirement age — going out 20 years, so you're not affecting anyone close to retirement — and eventually getting the retirement age to 70 is a step that needs to be taken."

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The GOP leader said Social Security was the most important entitlement to reform, though he also pledged Republicans would bring legislation to the floor to repeal and replace the healthcare reforms passed earlier this year if the GOP wins back control of the House this fall.

But Boehner also floated several other reforms to Social Security, paired with raising the retirement age, to make it more solvent. Boehner said benefits should be tied to increases in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) instead of wage inflation, and he suggested reducing or eliminating benefits to Americans with a "substantial non-Social Security income" while retired.

"We just need to be honest with people," he said. "I'm not suggesting it's going to be easy, but I think if we did those three things, you'd pretty well solve the problem."

Republicans have made cutting spending and reforming entitlement programs a key part of their 2010 campaign message.

“The choice this year could not be clearer. While Democrats are fighting to create jobs and stand up for seniors, middle class families, and small businesses, Republicans are fighting for Wall Street and to bring back the same policies that caused the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression," said Ryan Rudominer, the national press secretary for House Democrats' campaign committee.
Mike

Mankato, MN

#17 Jul 1, 2010
Screw The People wrote:
<quoted text>
The Republicans are too busy trying cut programs that benefit people and reward big business to notice
__________
Top Republican: Raise Social Security's retirement age to 70
By Michael O'Brien - 06/29/10 10:50 AM ET
A Republican-held Congress might look to raise the retirement age to 70, House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) suggested Monday.
Boehner, the top Republican lawmaker in the House, said raising the retirement age by five years, indexing benefits to the rate of inflation and means-testing benefits would make the massive entitlement program more solvent.
"We're all living a lot longer than anyone ever expected," Boehner said in a meeting with the editors of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. "And I think that raising the retirement age — going out 20 years, so you're not affecting anyone close to retirement — and eventually getting the retirement age to 70 is a step that needs to be taken."
RELATED ARTICLES
•Boehner compares political climate to 1776
The GOP leader said Social Security was the most important entitlement to reform, though he also pledged Republicans would bring legislation to the floor to repeal and replace the healthcare reforms passed earlier this year if the GOP wins back control of the House this fall.
But Boehner also floated several other reforms to Social Security, paired with raising the retirement age, to make it more solvent. Boehner said benefits should be tied to increases in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) instead of wage inflation, and he suggested reducing or eliminating benefits to Americans with a "substantial non-Social Security income" while retired.
"We just need to be honest with people," he said. "I'm not suggesting it's going to be easy, but I think if we did those three things, you'd pretty well solve the problem."
Republicans have made cutting spending and reforming entitlement programs a key part of their 2010 campaign message.
“The choice this year could not be clearer. While Democrats are fighting to create jobs and stand up for seniors, middle class families, and small businesses, Republicans are fighting for Wall Street and to bring back the same policies that caused the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression," said Ryan Rudominer, the national press secretary for House Democrats' campaign committee.
Isn't he also the guy who defended the banks against the new, tougher laws? Obviously, all his friends are rich with the way he votes.
Jackie

Saint Paul, MN

#18 Jul 1, 2010
IrishMN wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, Jackie...you are so wrong.
Minnesota will stand proud this fall and elect our first female Governor, Ms. Kelliher. We will then be able to help all of those that T-Paw has kicked to the curb, and will will again have a reputation around the country as the state with a heart.
You are joking, right? The unions have been screaming at the every gathering for the last few months about how we have to put this clown in as governor, but when you point out what a joke she has been trying to do the job she has now they get quiet and don't want to talk about it..
I doubt she will get elected, especially with what is going on in this country now, who exactly did Pawlenty "kick to the curb" we all must have missed that one, let me guess, you want to "raise taxes" to make them "fair" so then we can loose even more jobs, we don't have that many more left as it is.

“Say What?”

Since: Mar 08

Somewhere

#19 Jul 1, 2010
IrishMN wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, Jackie...you are so wrong.
Minnesota will stand proud this fall and elect our first female Governor, Ms. Kelliher. We will then be able to help all of those that T-Paw has kicked to the curb, and will will again have a reputation around the country as the state with a heart.
If she gets elected, it's time to be looking elsewhere for a place to live. North Dakota is looking better every day.

“I am always right.”

Since: Oct 09

Former MN Taxpayer

#21 Jul 2, 2010
Jackie wrote:
<quoted text>
You are joking, right? The unions have been screaming at the every gathering for the last few months about how we have to put this clown in as governor, but when you point out what a joke she has been trying to do the job she has now they get quiet and don't want to talk about it..
I doubt she will get elected, especially with what is going on in this country now, who exactly did Pawlenty "kick to the curb" we all must have missed that one, let me guess, you want to "raise taxes" to make them "fair" so then we can loose even more jobs, we don't have that many more left as it is.
Jackie, I believe you are well intentioned, but misguided.

Yes, we need to raise taxes on the richest people in the State of Minnesota for a couple of reasons.

1. It would make it more fair. Numerous studies have been done to show that the middle and low income person pays more on a percentage basis than do upper imcome tax payers.

2. They have the money, they can afford to pay more.

I assure you, Ms. Kelliher is not a joke. She is a very motivated and impressive individual who will do for Minnesota what Mr. Obama is doing for the United States. She will be a great leader for all of us.

“Say What?”

Since: Mar 08

Somewhere

#22 Jul 4, 2010
IrishMN wrote:
<quoted text>
Jackie, I believe you are well intentioned, but misguided.
Yes, we need to raise taxes on the richest people in the State of Minnesota for a couple of reasons.
1. It would make it more fair. Numerous studies have been done to show that the middle and low income person pays more on a percentage basis than do upper imcome tax payers.
2. They have the money, they can afford to pay more.
I assure you, Ms. Kelliher is not a joke. She is a very motivated and impressive individual who will do for Minnesota what Mr. Obama is doing for the United States. She will be a great leader for all of us.
Let's see a reputable source for that statement:"Numerous studies have been done to show that the middle and low income person pays more on a percentage basis than do upper imcome tax payers." I've never seen one.

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