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(Minneapolis Star Tribune)   Today, on "When Vetting a Political Nominee Goes Wrong," Minnesota GOP endorses Supreme Court candidate who was recently charged with DUI   ( divider line
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2014-06-13 07:49:01 PM  
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She's doing it wrong; instead of fighting this to keep her shot at the Minnesota Supreme Court, she should have pled guilty, gotten the conviction on her record, then gone on to two terms as President of the United States.
2014-06-13 07:12:09 PM  
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fusillade762: She said she's taking this case to trial because she believes her arrest and prosecution are retaliatory.

Retaliation for what?

Freedom and stuff.
2014-06-13 07:07:29 PM  
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Let me get this straight--

Gets pulled over for speeding, and has alcohol on her breath. Refuses both field sobriety test and breathalyzer.

Goes 12 hours later to get a blood test to prove that she had not been drinking the night before.

Now also claims she wasn't even the driver, although she was the only one in the vehicle, and behind the wheel when she was pulled over.

Yeah, typical GOP asshat.
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