The blog Bachmann vs. Wetterling made an interesting discovery today. Sixth District candidate Patty Wetterling has removed the “issues” page from her Web site, days after inviting people to go to her Web site to see where she stands on the issues.
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Suggestion: Turn on channel 17 and watch the House take roll call votes. Notice when there’s a vote on a bill which lawmakers spend an hour passionately arguing. Take special note of votes that appear significantly one sided (as with today’s game bill on the House floor) and note the small number of “red” votes.
Every morning, I look at the traffic stats for the MPR regional news & information site. I like to see what people are responding to. OK, fine, you caught me. I look to see how Polinaut is doing (4th most popular page on the site, and moving rapidly up on Midday and Midmorning, which is the real reason why Kerri Miller is doing that Fox TV gig).
I’m working at home this morning, watching a not-terribly-riveting Senate floor debate over HF 2916, the fire safety account. So naturally my mind is wandering. I glanced out the back door and saw something that I see many times over the Twin Cities:
My boss always gets a letter or two whenever we go the humor route but, hey, what are you going to do? Politics is funny. It just doesn’t usually intend to be.
Read in the paper today that the campaign wasn’t commenting on Laura Bush coming to town for a fundraiser for Mark Kennedy. Here’s what Tom Scheck says is floating around the MN YoungRepublican site.