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Although I rarely agreed politically with his father the Senator, I recognized him as a man of deep integrity and genuine care for our country. I cannot imagine the pain and anguish Dave and his brother went though during the past ten years after losing their family. I wish them both well and hope their future gives them nothing peace and tranquility and the knowledge that the family they lost were good and decent Americans and have been missed by all Minnesotans.
Welcome home, David.
It's clear that a lot that is good rubbed off from father to son here. Best wishes for future success and happiness in a story that should make Minnesotans proud regardless of political affiliations.
When I was young I supported Paul Sr. When I got older, I switched. Now I'll probably always be a conservative. But this much is true. I've met sooooo many political types. But only Paul Wellstone was honest 24/7. David- Best of luck in this pursuit. Yes those are big shoes your sister, mom and dad left. And no one should expect you to fill them. But I betcha a lot of Minnesotans will help you if you try.
Happy to see your back and vision invigorated. For what ever you do, make it true for what you believe.
This kid has made a career of his fathers death; pandering to Wellstone's flock of withered old leftists. If had any innate value of his own, no one will ever know it.
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