I’m pretty sure I was the only nut-job who fled Phoenix, Arizona, to Duluth, Minnesota, back in 1980. It was 115 degrees above the June day a guy at UMD name Jim Reinardy called to tell me I’d been awarded an assistantship to attend grad school.
Outfront Minnesota is pushing neither a political party nor a candidate going into Tuesday night’s caucuses. They are asking that Minnesotans take a stand against the Minnesota Marriage amendment during the caucuses–that’s Republican and Democratic caucuses.
About 60 voters and I attended a forum on the Minnesota Marriage Amendment yesterday afternoon at Beth Shalom synagogue in Minnetonka. I’ve been up to my eyeballs in this stuff for almost three months, but once again, I came away with several more reasons to oppose the amendment.
Edina, MN, resident Dan Nye posed six questions about the Minnesota Marriage Amendment in Saturday’s Star Tribune and asked for reasonable, “civil responses without name-calling.” Conversations with open-minded people like Mr. Nye are just what we’re all hoping for.