Monday, October 8, 2007

They want Minnesota to Look like Massachusetts

The Hill, a DC political news magazine, recently ran had an interesting article entitled, "Democrats want to make Minnesota the Massachusetts of the Midwest." The focus of the story is on efforts by Democrats to take the existing three Congressional seats held by Republicans, e.g. Kline, Bachmann and Ramstad. Steve Sarvi, Iraq war veteran and DFL opponent of John Kline, is quoted as saying, "We're talking about the whole state turning blue."

While he's talking about winning congressional seats, the question must be asked: what are the implications of Minnesota becoming like Massachusetts? A few come to mind. Legalized homosexual marriage. Locking in state funding of abortion on demand. State funded embryonic stem cell research. Homosexual promotion in the schools at taxpayers' expense. Ted Kennedy and Barney Frank type representation in Congress. In other words, cultural radicalism run amok.

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