What's up for stadium vote

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  • Updated: May 3, 2012 - 9:53 PM

 

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outlaw481May. 4, 12 3:56 AM

I guess Zellars will be looking for a new job come November.

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kdj2002May. 4, 12 7:06 AM

I am trying to come up with something Zellar's and the Republicans have accomplished this session. Still thinking......still.

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sharonsokMay. 4, 12 7:56 AM

Zellars - um well - um you are - um um - I'm at a loss for words that actually areI publishable . There aren't any. Suffice it to say you are wrong and the stadium will pass. Yup start looking for a new j-o-b

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podman64May. 4, 12 8:12 AM

Great leadership Zellar, just like the state shut down, see ya!

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dvsdan123May. 4, 12 8:52 AM

However the State Taxpayers are responsible for cost over runs and gambling revenue shortfalls. The citizens of Minneapolis are not allowed a referendum as required by law. Maybe you should print the whole story.

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ieatchickensMay. 4, 12 8:52 AM

Is the Vikings contribution really 427 million? How of that will be raised by charging Viking fans a "Personal Seat License"? At $2,000 per seat ol Ziggy will be willing to spend that 130 million of your money and take credit for it. Beware!

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PurpleHMay. 4, 12 9:30 AM

Everyone has got Zellars number, he is the prime reason this bill isn't passed as of yet. It has to be embarrising to Sen. Rosen and Sen. Senjem to have to associated with him. Good bye Kurt

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ernieernieMay. 4, 1210:05 AM

Hopefully the politicians will come to there senses and say" why are we involved in this is any way?" If the Vikes want a new stadium, just build the darn thing. Where did we ever get off that it was the taxpayers problem to build a stadium? they have one now that we bought and paid for and Ziggy made big money on it so why isn't he building it?

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reidMay. 4, 1210:37 AM

A true champion letting the system work its way out. I am a bit worried that the individual legislators are ignoring their constituents' wishes when the news broadcasts and print media quote various leaders that they can 'deliver' so many votes. How about the representatives voting the way their taxpayers want them to vote, not how some party leader tells them to vote. I thought that was the American way?

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gcrackerMay. 4, 1211:51 AM

Zellers told Barriero yesterday that he hopes the Vikings stadium proposal gets enough votes and passes. However he said that he will not vote for it. Huh? Way to talk out of both sides of your mouth Kurt. Whether you like or dislike Dayton, you have to at least give him credit for taking a stand on this issue and not wavering like Waffle King Zellers.

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