Klobuchar easily wins second term

  • Article by: RACHEL E. STASSEN-BERGER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 7, 2012 - 3:04 PM
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dr4golfNov. 6, 12 8:54 PM

Wow, Imagine if she actually DID SOMETHING as a Senator, now wouldn't that be amazing? Presidential candidate? Oh, I wish by abscess was so lucky. She is another oatmeal democrat. Has no national appeal, and is boring as milk toast. Taking a page out of Obama's book, actually hasn't accomplished anything, but looks good doing it. How pathetic have we become?

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munsterlandrNov. 6, 12 9:03 PM

Minnesotans are so loving of punishment. All Amy is going to do is go back to DC and vote for more spending.

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jessy03Nov. 6, 12 9:26 PM

If she could only be as wise and accomplished as that shining star, Michele Bachmann... :-))

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anderson245Nov. 6, 12 9:40 PM

Bizarre Bills can go back to the kids in his Economics classroom and tell them to "forget everything I ever said about my economic philosophy."

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anderson245Nov. 6, 12 9:49 PM

Even the people in Dakota County, Bills' home county, repudiated his extreme economic philosophy.

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jhb8426Nov. 6, 1210:06 PM

The GOP needs to think past ideological purity to attract mainstream votes.

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wileyrulesNov. 6, 1210:39 PM

Congratulations Senator Klobuchar, Who ran against you again?

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groover6Nov. 6, 1211:25 PM

I hope Amy K does what she said she would do!! By the way, what did she say she would do?

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percyroy12Nov. 7, 12 2:50 AM

Klobuchar/Hickenlooper or Hickenlooper/Klobuchar 2016. These are two names to watch. Colorado governor John Hickenlooper is a very popular governor in a swing state that just legalized marijuana and could bring some of that coolness Obama exudes that people gravitate to. I think Klobuchar is more suited to a VP role than president, I don't think she wants the presidency, but would be a running mate for VP if asked by the presidential canidate. The GOP needs to rethink it's strategy, even their own strategists say so. Michael Steele, former GOP chairman said they have to rethink their approach. In 2016 the electorate will be even less white than this time. Republicans are in trouble if they don't start moving back toward the middle.

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dirtydogsNov. 7, 12 7:10 AM

Great day to be a Democrat in Minnesota. GOP is licking their wounds. Even Bachmann had a scare.

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