Minnesota GOP moves HQ into DFL stronghold in Minneapolis

  • Article by: Baird Helgeson , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 9, 2013 - 11:00 PM

GOP says moving headquarters to Minneapolis neighborhood will put it “closer to the people.”

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markeyboyDec. 10, 13 8:26 AM

My grandma used to say that you get more flies with honey than vinegar. The hard hitting talk show fringe platform can't win elections. It makes a lot of money for Rush, Sean and Glenn but the votes just aren't there in the USA electorate. A lesson not yet learned. Perhaps lower rent is a first move toward the daylight of reality.

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kallman11Dec. 10, 1310:29 AM

Maybe the residents of the GOP's new neighborhood will find that the liberals vision of them is totally fabricated and that they're really good people after all. I sincerely hope they're open to the idea.

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tomatilloDec. 10, 13 2:26 PM

Keep your friends close but your "enemies" closer. Please don't take "enemies" literally

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tituspulloDec. 11, 13 1:35 PM

kallman11Dec. 10, 1310:29 AM Maybe the residents of the GOP's new neighborhood will find that the liberals vision of them is totally fabricated and that they're really good people after all. I sincerely hope they're open to the idea.__________--Fabricated? They hate gays, they hate women, they hate people of color, they hate the poor & the unemployed.... and many of these "good people" want to turn this country into a Christian theocracy.

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wildfoxDec. 11, 13 5:51 PM

If my memory serves me right the GOP didn't pay their rent at the last HQ so maybe they were evicted? I doubt if one person in the Seward Neighborhood cast one GOP vote in the history of Mpls!

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