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June 02, 2011


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What happened to Norm Colman from Frankens election? Is he talking about a campaign?Also, I would think that Klobuchar could be an amazing candidate in 2016. She is steller, and I think can play to both moderates and progressives. I actually met her in New Hampshire in 2008, while campaigning for Obama. Shes so strong on so many issues.


Can you clarify whether the Klobuchar presidential buzz is pre-rapture or post-rapture?:)


You should do a poll on what people of the MN-06 think of Michele Bachmanns President run. Would the MN-06 re-elect Bachmann?


Huh, interesting thought. I dont think Klobuchar has much of a national profile at the moment; president would be a while off, at the earliest.


Basically, if you are a Republican who gets a wish from a genie who emerges from some old flask, dont wish that the next President of the United States comes from Minnesota.


More great news for the Dems! Am I the only one who is seeing a more blatant bias coming through in these polls of late?


Ive thought for a while that Klobuchar might be a Presidential contender in a few years.

Bill Earley

I think Klobuchar could be president in 2016 . I get the same feeling for her as I had for Mr. Obama(SMART).

I Am Iron Man

She could possibly be a great DEM VP in 2016... or maybe even 2012... but I think its highly unlikely at this point that Biden wont be on for another term.Maybe she could run for President in 2016 she would have 10 years in the Senate under her belt. ~~~As far as more great news for Dems thats not because of bias, but because the American people are waking up to what the Republicans are selling and finding out that they dont actually want:(#1) The elimination of Medicare.(#2) Even more tax cuts for millionaires & billionaires.(#3) Huge cuts to everything that benefits average Americans while giving even more tax breaks to fat cat corporate pigs. (#4) Playing politics with absolutely everything, even emergency funding (see funding for tornado victims being held up by GOP.)(#5) Holding the US economy hostage (debt ceiling threats) to get far right wing BS pushed through.

Dustin Ingalls

What happened to Norm Colman from Frankens election? Is he talking about a campaign?We polled him against her back in December, and he also got creamed. I think hes declined a run this time.

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