by Duluth News Tribune
April 1, 2012 at 9:54 am in Duluth News Tribune
Tags: Jauch, mining, Northwestern Wisconsin, Opinion, poplar, updates 8 Comments »
I think that’s one thing we can all agree on with you Bob; that it would not make any sense to call a special session until after your recall election sometime in July or August.
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I’m guessing those here who want a 22 mile long 4 mile wide hole in the ground don’t live in Iron county. Keep up the good work Bob you have many supporters who know placating to corporations in the name of “jobs” brings short term gains and long term headaches.
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Funny how he’s so willing to cooperate now….must be feeling the heat. I wonder if he’s seen the movie Total Recall?
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I don’t believe a word of Jauch’s double-talk on this issue. He probably is trying to BS the public to save his seat in the Senate.
He’s the master of BSing his constituents. Not only that, look who’s at his side, a little mini me in Nick Milroy. Way out of his district, all the way over to Iron County being groomed by the master. I suppose that’s better than standing on street corners holding a Recall Walker sign.
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I know nothing about this man. However, if he is preventing mining activities from proceeding because the mining companies want relaxed environmental standards, I am all for him. In fact, if so, I wish we had dozens of his ilk in Minnesota’s legislature. A few hundred mining jobs are not worth the negative impacts on hundreds of thousands of others, particularly when there are cost-effective and responsible ways to protect the environment and hold the mining companies responsible for any short/long term clean-up and damage. Keep up the pressure Senator Jauch. There are many who share your concerns.
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I hope the Good Governor Scotty Walker sends,, return to sender,,, Jauch’s letter and tells him to shove-it where the Sun don’t Shine !!!
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Ever the consummate politician, Boob Joke waits for the end of a session before speaking out. His words ring hollow in light of his recent escapades and adventure with the truth. Boob, it’s time to resign. I only wish I could vote in your recall election, but that would be to act like a vote stealing democrat. Who knows, with the voter ID law being held up by liberal judges, I may have to make a foray over the bridge and vote.
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