Wednesday, April 05, 2006

 

New blogger?

Don't know how long Molligator has been around on their (her? his?) own site, but ran across it in my constant and unending Google quest for local political links. Stick around and keep updating your stuff, MG, you might make it on to the hallowed and all-important MNCR blogroll. I can understand frustration with repetitive stump speeches...they can get old, but remember that most people will hear them once, maybe twice in an election cycle. I too wasn't a huge fan of the cow's uterus story from Senator Lourey, but haven't heard the Twinkie story...what's that all about?

Anyone care to respond to Molligator's thoughts in the second post down regarding staffer shenanigans at conventions? I've never been a huge fan of going out of my way to cause consternation......oh who am I kidding. Well?

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Blogger Velveeta S said:
The Molligator seems to have disappeared--available only in Google cache.

The Molligator only posted three times on the now seemingly defunct blog--something clearly identified in the "archives."

You'd do a service to your readers to visit the blogs you recommend before you recommend them. This doesn't do much for your credibility.
 
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Blogger Opus T. Penguin said:
hello ther fyi anothe new blog on Mn poltics...just a bit o shameless promotion.

http://meadow-party-politics.blogspot.com/
 
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Blogger Velveeta S said:
Did the Molligator really think this was politically smart?
 
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Blogger ImpeccableLiberalCredentials said:
Molligator's Google Cache republished here.

McCrory fraudulently added 4 names to caucus attendee sheets after 4 Kelley supporters failed to attend the March 7th Caucus. She claimed that Brian Melendez approved this action. Also McCrory was in part responsible, according to Beltrami Co. DFL executive committee members for the odd apportioning of delegates in Beltrami Co. that was contrary to the 2006-2007 DFL Call.

She is a winner. Michael Meurs is another one from that area... very dirty political tacticians...
 
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Blogger MN Campaign Report said:
Hey, look at that - more single-purpose, single-post blogging. My response to the matter along with retraction is above. I can't speak to any of your other allegations, but I can say I think you're taking this matter further than it needs to go. On the off-chance you'll respond, who are you, ILC? As long as we're on the full-blog-disclosure bent...
 
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Blogger ImpeccableLiberalCredentials said:
Hmmm...

It is more interesting if there is plausible deniability, but very likely I am one of the many who challenged the outcome of the Beltrami Co. Convention. Or possibly the blogger, pornographer, humanitarian, MN State Senate Candidate and International Man of Mystery "Seksi". Or Rep. Frank Moe...could be any number of people simply stunned by the weirdness of this campaign season.
 
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Blogger MN Campaign Report said:
Whatever you prefer. It's a non-issue you're talking about, so if you plan to keep your blog up, let us know. Otherwise, I wonder what your motivation is unless you're about to disclose your purpose and connections.
 
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Blogger ImpeccableLiberalCredentials said:
The blog "impeccableliberalcredentials" is still up and has been updated.

As for the purpose and connections part? Sometimes they've said I "keep them honest" and my response is usually "well it isn't working yet".

In some cultures revenge is a worthy motive. In some games bluffing works...

Connections? Yeah, I have 'em...
 
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