Pawlenty's pastor will retire at year's end

  • Article by: ROSE FRENCH , Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 29, 2011 - 11:45 PM

Wooddale's Leith Anderson said nothing political is afoot. "It just seems like the right time."

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edinasnobJun. 29, 1111:52 PM

The headline could have read "Leith Anderson to retire".

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samo45Jun. 30, 1112:39 AM

How about "Another Nice Anderson Retires?"

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ai720jrzyJun. 30, 1112:54 AM

A preacher of the Word, who refuses to be boxed into American politics. Thank you for remaining true to the Lord and doing his bidding, not partisan politics. We can all learn someting from this man.

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samo45Jun. 30, 11 1:13 AM

And it doesn't look like he showed up late for many communions.

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jessy09Jun. 30, 11 2:37 AM

Is Pawlenty's hair stylist retiring at the end of the year, too? Oops - think he did a long time ago.

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crock2Jun. 30, 11 3:09 AM

Wow, now that is news. Looking forward to future articles on when Pawlenty's barber, gardener, and tailor retire. I'm on the edge of my seat with anticipation....

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garrw9Jun. 30, 11 3:51 AM

Non- story. Maybe the Trib staff needs to be trimmed?

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rswywhJun. 30, 11 6:22 AM

What does this have to do with Pawlenty?

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jrswanJun. 30, 11 7:03 AM

Look up the National Association of Evangelicals: as a group they endorse capital punishment, i.e. and eye for an eye. Did Jesus say anything that could even remotely be construed as condoning murder by government?

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hopwongJun. 30, 11 7:33 AM

So, no one cares!!! How about why lottery shutting down instead and interviewing the monopoly man instead!!!

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