A longtime friend of the blog writes :
First off, if Minneapolis were really serious about saving gas mileage, they’d make the streets drivable by stopping so many bike lanes that have forced cars onto more and more dismal main arteries that are clogged with traffic while the bike lanes are empty (especially from November through March. This is something that the city council could actually have an effect on fuel mileage. Quit whining about things out of their jurisdiction. Could you imagine the fuel savings if we could actually get from point a to point b without total traffic congestion in my fair city?
Second let me paraphrase the section on Ellison with italics indicating what I changed.
Could also be said by Dave Orrick in the PiPress, “Donald Trump, Donald Trump, Donald Trump. It’s all about Donald Trump, at least according a Democratic narrative as part of the every wave of what promises to be a tide of political attack ads coming to Minnesota’s 2018 election season. Even in races where Trump isn’t running, from the U.S. Senate high on the ballot down to state House races, he’s under attack. … The ads and social media messages basically say this: Republican candidate (insert name) has refused to condemn Donald Trump for (insert issue here). He/she should be ashamed.”
Sheesh Mitch. Such a world we live in.
Trump is something the Left can deflect to – or so it thinks – forever.