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The punting punter of punditry, proved to be a find pudit, indeed.
Thank you so much Chris, what you did means a whole lot to many of us here in Minnesota and we will never, ever forget it. If some day in the future you ever decide to run in Minnesota politics please know you have our votes!
If the nastiness Kluwe used in his numerous Vote No diatribes are worthy of being called "articulate", then Andrew Dice Clay is Mark Twian
Despite the gay marriage amendment being defeated, Kluwe will still have to go to another state to get married.
mrhands, ..... Mr. Klewe and his wife, not only are married, but I believe they have two kids. ... Thanks Chris. You stepped up. You, your wife, your kids, and your eventual grand-kids can and will be very proud. Thanks again. We won't forget your courage. In light of the nonsense spouted on the other side, you used EXACTLY the sort of language necessary to meet their level. It was VERY articulate, and VERY well written.
dorianmode - Oh my bad, I thought he was invested in the amendment to such an extent because he would be hurt directly. Anyways, the language and ad hominen arguments Kluwe used brought him to a level far beneath the vote yes people. He was a terrible representative; nastiness and vitriol never win. Thankfully, a lot of TV ads (that I saw) run by Vote No were classy and dignified.
mrhands: "Anyways, the language and ad hominen arguments Kluwe used brought him to a level far beneath the vote yes people." Yes, the "gay people are a comin' for yer childrens!" attacks the yes folks used were quite dignified.
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