Friday, July 30, 2004
Mankato Mayor Jeff Kagermeier predicts President Bush will get a "fairly warm reception" from both sides of the political aisle when he visits on Wednesday. Kagermeier says a lot of people in Mankato, possibly because it's a college town, can see past the partisanship of politics.
Perhaps Mankato is a unique commodity among college towns, a bi-partisan mecca if you will. Or perhaps Kagermeier is blinded by the light, racked up like a deuce, another roller in the night. Sorry, but I thought one ridiculous statement deserved another.
I never did like that song.