By tamara on Feb 23, 2012 in Politics, Recommendations, Videos
Rick Nolan is running against Chip Cravaack in the 8th Congressional District.
I like how Rick Nolan takes strong stands on the issues in this video. He’s pro cookies, pro Yahtzee, pro hunting and fishing, pro wild-rice picking and pro maple-syrup harvesting. But where does he stand on the controversial issue of long walks on the beach?
Stop the Yahtzee madness. Vote Jeff Anderson!
I hear there’s another Rick running for Congress.
Yes -- it’s me -- tedious beyond belief.
Rick Nolan is no good on women’s issues.
Jeff Anderson and Taryl Clarke are.
Ok -- Ok -- it’s just FYI.
Don’t flame me Paul.
Best pronunciation of “Cravaack” ever.
Really, Carla? Where do you get that from? Jeff and Tarryl’s campaign literature? Have you asked Rick where he stands on women’s issues?
From Rick’s website: (http://www.nolanforcongress.com)
Support the ERA for Women
America has come a long way in advancing civil rights for all citizens. Yet women still face significant gender discrimination in a host of areas including education, employment, health care, pensions and social security benefits. As 8th District Congressman, Rick Nolan will fully support House Joint Resolution 47, which removes the ERA time limit for passage and ratification. Rick will work tirelessly on behalf of the ERA until it becomes part of the U.S. Constitution – virtually immune from attacks and legal challenges by the right wing as part of their war on the Middle Class.
Clark’s residency issues takes away an important barb in defeating Cravaack. Jeff would be a great rep, but does not have the appeal or support in parts of the district. Nolan actually won the caucus- so, let’s follow our own rules and get behind the guy who will do the job we need done.
And best pronunciation of maple syrup. Surp. Clearly, this dude is a true native northern Minnesotan.
Paul, you forgot his clear commitment to Christmas and its trees.
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