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MuleShack

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Look out Coleman and Franken.

With all this mud slinging in your TV adds you are scaring the voters away from both of you and right into the independent camp.

I see Barkley coming on strong after all the "mud" clears with these "He said" this and "He did that" stuff. I mean listening to all those adds, i dis like both Coleman and Franken even more.

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Coleman has always seemed to me to be motivated more by his political ambitions than anything else. He was Bush's little rubber stamp until about the time a nobody like Amy Klobuchar started clubbing Mark Kennedy like a baby harp seal. I would not trust this joker in my outhouse with a spoon.

And as usual the Dems are doing their very best to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory by nominating this detestable little fellow that has spent his entire adult life living out of this state.....well played, couldn't they have found anyone with a little less baggage?

Gotta check out this Barkley or maybe leave this one blank.

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I'm voting for Barkley. Never would vote for Ventura, but Barkley is agreeable. I like that he has worked with Kinky Friedman in Texas.

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I will be considering any and all alternatives in this race. Coleman is as sleezy as you can get and Franken has no business being in polotics. Neither give a carp about Minnesota, they are both all about themselves.

Maybe if one of them stood up and said what they want to do for Minnesotans I would listen but until then these two clowns are being tuned out.

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