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Considering Karl Marx's newfound popularity on the campaign trail, can it be a coincidence that the Star Tribune uses a quote from Marx as its "quote of the day" line at the top of the front page?
From the mailbag -- not sure of a Rochester connection to Mr. Wolf:
Here's a note from a frequent correspondent to the P-B, Jim Colville, regarding endorsements -- my comments to follow:
The Answer Man bravely addressed the question last week of whether tossing a roll of TP into a person's tree was proper behavior. (He said it was not, but acknowledged that virtually all cities in America can cite some mischief of this kind at homecoming time.)
One letter writer from the Harmony area responded saying the issue is NOT to be taken lightly (and the letter writer asked that I not publish the comment). But another person sent this:
From Joel Dunnette of the Zumbro Valley chapter of the National Audubon Society:
More on the Ward 2 shenanigans -- which we'll explore in detail in today's paper. Here's a note from a Rochester reader who received the e-mail flyer yesterday:
Columnist Harley Flathers gets more fan mail than most of us here -- certainly more than I get.
Here's a note from a reader:
Another e-mail tip from a reader regarding the anti-Wojcik group -- he forwarded a copy of the Concerned Citizens flyer:
OK. I got this in an email and I am on no one's email address list
locally. You might want to send this to someone at the PB. I don't know
who so I am sending this to you.
This might be the first of its kind smear tactic in Rochester politics.