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Because there were no Minnesotans qualified to do this? C'mon. Al nees to apologize to MN-based individuals, many of whom have extraordinary skills. What an insult!
Franken again in 2014!
Hey Franken, why don't you focus on the huge job killing medical device tax that you helped ram through that will result in a lot of job losses and lost tax revenue here in Minnesota before you worry about your political future.
Agree w/jaytee. there are folks who have worked their entire career in support of DFL campaigns who deserve a shot at helping Senator Franken. Instead, he hires a carpetbagger!
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. ANYONE else, 2014
From doing a skit on SNL, about raping nuns, and giving Leslie Stahl, a rape date drug, to a US Senator. Only in Minnesota. Monkey see, monkey do...your kids, watch you. Who could elect this guy once, much less again? For what? What has he done, that lets him live the lavish life, of a Senator?
So this is how outsourcing works? Maybe your buddy Diane Feinstein can help you in your next job search. I hear California is the land of golden opportunity!
I'll do it if I can't be Governor. I mean, I certainly could do any worse, many of us couldn't.
Al is the next Jessie Ventura. Maybe he can get a radio show or TV show about "Conspiracies". Al, Amy and Dayton have just been rubber stamps for the Federal DFL. We need representatives that actually work for us and try to grow the number of jobs. I am sure Medtronic will make a big contribution.
Other that raise taxes on medial device manufacturers, raise taxes on working Americans, increase federal spending and fight to hand out work permits to 12Million fradulently documented criminals what has this man done for us?
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