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This treatment, whether you agree with Colemans policies or not, comes from the group of people who pretend to be inclusive, forgiving and accepting. What a joke the extreme left is. A bigger joke is there are people voting them into office.
No one should be subjected to vandalism and threats. I hope the perpetrators are caught and prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
I don't agree with Senator Lapdog but this is WAY out of bounds. There is plenty to go after Norm with on his votes, issues, etc. This kind of crap should not be tolerated.
I think it's terrible whenever anyone decides to vandalize anyone's home, especially that of an elected official. Regardless of how you feel about Norm Coleman, this was unwarranted and cowardly.
Although I'm no fan of Norm Coleman, I would certainly never condone such acts of destruction. There are more effective non-destructive ways to voice your displeasure. I hope the perpetraters are found and held responsible for their actions.
How sad, one person decides to be dumb enough to vandalize a house, and becuase they reference the a passage in the Bible they suddenly are representing a large group of people? One person's poor choice does not reflect the thoughts of a large group of people. Like another said, regardless of your views on politics and politicians, it's horrible that anyone would do this to another person.
Further proof that there are yahoos in both parties.
Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the LORD, and against his anointed, saying, 'let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us.'
Idiots are people who blame the left/liberals for vandalism. This act is condemned by both sides as above - but a few people have to bring politics into it which is not necessary.
These vandals are more than likely juveniles who cannot even vote.At this juncture, they represent no one party except the one with a keg. It is probably an empty threat,in less than two weeks he may not be elected anyway.
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