Clinton hails Franken as a fighter at U rally

  • Article by: KEVIN DUCHSCHERE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 21, 2008 - 11:35 PM

The former First Lady and Al Franken began a two-week grass-roots push to turn out the DFL vote.

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helterOct. 21, 08 7:49 PM

It's time to rebuild our infrastructure and withdraw from Iraq. Norm Coleman has back every failed Bush policy for eight years. It's time for change.

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mustangfreakOct. 21, 08 8:11 PM

I don't want either party to have a super majority with control of the Presidency, the House, and a fillibuster proof Senate. That is very dangerous. Sure, stuff will get done, but when you literally have half the country Republican and the other half Democrats whomever is in charge will roll over the other side with zero regard for compromise and consensus. Anyone who disagrees with me imagine how you will feel someday when it's not your party in charge. I strongly believe in the need for true balance in this country - we can't let either side have their way all the time.

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pubnafOct. 21, 08 8:37 PM

Al is known for 2 things-Slimeing people for a living and wants to raise taxes while not paying his own taxes. WHAT A GUY!

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BudweisercsOct. 21, 08 8:55 PM

I feel so bad not having a Barny Frank, or a Nacy Polosie to call our own, we are soooo behind the times.

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richisthemanOct. 21, 08 8:58 PM

I will not vote for Al Franken for the United States Senate. Al Franken has no political experience, his views about women disturb me, I don't feel that Al Franken is what we need in Washington, and Al Franken has not earned my vote. My vote will go to Dean Barkley.

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joel_unchboxOct. 21, 08 9:10 PM

One carpetbagger stumpin' for another carpetbagger. Universal health care, what a joke, go ask a canadian how that's working for them. Higher taxes for everyone is how he plans on making that work.

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bs55311Oct. 21, 08 9:24 PM

OK all politicians are working overtime to "win"...we are all losers. I wonder how Sen Clinton really feels about her boy Franken and his porn act called comedy? Yuck!

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k57pulbufOct. 21, 08 9:27 PM

VOTE BARKLEY

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abene001Oct. 21, 08 9:30 PM

Neither Barkley nor Coleman has a steering committee of women on women's issues. Al does. Al is smart and knows politics. He really will work for the middle class - I believe that. Norm has no record of doing the same. Al can be more effective in the senate than Barkley. For these few reasons and many others, I will proudly vote for AL.

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owatonnaguyOct. 21, 08 9:30 PM

"He never sank to their level of those attacking him, but he shed light on their tactics." What is this malarky? I think Clinton may have been confused. Franken has not sunken to anyone levels. He was already there!

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