Millionaire Socialist Confirms DFL Attack Ad is Anti-Catholic
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    [Editor] Mark Dayton tries to put a positive spin on a miscalculation by his staffers that made the Democrats look bad, and desperate.

    Dayton has a safe lead against his opponent, and so it comes to him to defuse the controversy being raised about the indisputable attack on the Catholic Church, which as many now suppose, is retaliation against Archbishop Nienstedt's defense of Marriage DVD Campaign.

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2010...-that.html
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DIE LIBERAL SOCIALIST PARTY of EVIL

DIE

:pray:
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No surprise, its the Stupid Evil Party.  Not that the Evil Stupid Party is any more.
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(10-28-2010, 05:45 PM)Robert De Brus Wrote: No surprise, its the Stupid Evil Party.  Not that the Evil Stupid Party is any more.

:laughing:
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(10-28-2010, 06:06 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote:
(10-28-2010, 05:45 PM)Robert De Brus Wrote: No surprise, its the Stupid Evil Party.  Not that the Evil Stupid Party is any more.

:laughing:

Hat tip to Sam Francis for those great terms.
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Democratic Pols Angry With Staff Over Anti-Catholic Ad
Editor: didn't we tell you so?

[Stella Borealis] A well placed source (I've always wanted to be able to use that phrase) has admitted that many DFL elected officials, some holding legislative leadership positions, are extremely furious that the party's paid headquarter staff in St. Paul. They have created and distributed three postcard mailers to registered voters in Senate District 40 in Bloomington and Burnsville that used Roman Catholic images in an attempt to defeat the Protestant challenger there in an extremely close election.

http://northlandcatholic.blogspot.com/20...rious.html
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