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People of Minnesota, first Jesse Ventura and now Al Franken? What's wrong with you?

Asked By: conservative_patriot - 11/4/2008
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A lot of people voted for Gov. Ventura simply because he was neither Republican or Democrat - which is unfortunate, because he was a horrid governor... More
Answered By: GradStud33 - 11/4/2008
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their brains are frozen
Answered By: richer_than_you1971 - 11/4/2008
 
I love Jesse. At least he speaks his mind and doesn't just tell people what they want to hear. Al Franken though. Jeez, that one is weird.
Answered By: Gim N - 11/4/2008
 
Al's one smart motherf*cker. Kicking out the Bush cronie, Eastcoast trash. Piss off.
Answered By: Billo the Clown - 11/4/2008
 
It's the cheese ! No Wait ! Look at California !
Answered By: wordwrangler - 11/4/2008
 
That says a lot about the losers.
Answered By: Chupate esa! - 11/4/2008
 
It's cold up there, they have a different perspective on things. Ah well, God bless 'em.
Answered By: John B - 11/4/2008
 
Al Franken is a political genious, I wish he lived in my state.
Answered By: V - 11/4/2008
 
Minnesota is not a hatchling state.
Answered By: smartybeardo - 11/4/2008
 
Would you say the same thing about b-movie actor Ronald Reagan?
Answered By: Charles Hussein Veidt - 11/4/2008
 
Ditto
Answered By: Jon M - 11/4/2008
 
Well, if that jackass Franken gets in -I predict it'll be for one term; maybe he'll be a form of 'entertainment' watching the former comedian trying to be Senator..
Answered By: tomk_773 - 11/4/2008
 
Maybe they are bored of the same brainless rhetoric we all have to listen to leading up to the elections... More
Answered By: justagrandma - 11/4/2008
 
i thought jesse was pretty cool. no games, no bs.
Answered By: swf42 - 11/4/2008
 
As if Norm Coleman is a super patriot.
Answered By: LatexSolarBeef - 11/4/2008
 
Considering Minnesota is often rated among the smartest, healthiest, most literate, and livable states in the nation, the question is: What is wrong with you? Al Franken, in case you didn't know, is a Harvard graduate, a political Einstein, and will help to return MN to her DFL roots. Again, I ask, what's wrong with... More
Answered By: Smokey - 11/4/2008
 
I'm from minnesota and i'm embarrassed of it...Ventura was one thing. I think he got voted in more as a joke than anything else...he was getting crushed all the way until the last second, and a lot of young people voted for him (maybe because he spoke his mind, which was kind of refreshing until you realized it was... More
Answered By: Brandon M - 11/4/2008
 
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