Talk:Dorsey & Whitney

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"Amy Klobuchar not a well known politician"? I had to read that twice to get a grasp on it... Thanks for adding the reference, Reaverdrop. Even before she entered the Senate race she was a known quantity in the Minnesota political (and certainly legal) scene. -- Bobak 00:02, 19 May 2006 (UTC)

The link says nothing of her importance or popularity, it simply says she is a candidate. I dont think she is well known enough to be in the article, nor do i think that political bias should be a premise to allow her in the article. Grasp as many times as you want, but compared to a Vice President and a supreme court justice, a minnesota attorney who may or may not win a senate should be excluded. If she win the 2006 election, then it might be warranted to include her. Anyways, thats my two cents and explaination for removing her.--Gephart 04:04, 19 May 2006 (UTC)
Have you listened to MPR? Do you read the Strib, Pi-Press or City Pages? She is mentioned in any discussion of who the Democratic candidate will be in the same terms Hillary Clinton is brought up whenever anyone talks about the Dem's presidential candidate (I would use a Republican example, but it's not as clear on their side at the moment other than incumbants). If she were the Republican candidate it would be just as relevant. Removing her is absurd, and I say that as someone who is active in the Twin Cities legal community and familiar with its politics. A major law firm in Minnesota should be allowed to list the people who are recognizable in Minnesota, not just to the rest of the country. Because you may not be familiar with those aspects of the region, that does not serve as an adequate basis for removal. Readded without hestition. -- Bobak 16:57, 19 May 2006 (UTC)
Ok, i am going to drop this issue, but let me say a few last remarks. She may be notable to the legal community, but she sure is not very notable outside that community nor the state of minnesota. She may be mentioned in public media, but that is because she is the state attorney, which means she is sometimes going to be involved in high profile cases (correct me if i am wrong, but thats how i see a state attorney). She has yet to win the democratic ticket or a seat on the senate. Take yourself out of the legal community, such as myself, and try to see how i am looking at the issue. I am trying to examine the larger picture here, without bias. Anyways, i may re-open this debate at a later time, perhaps if she fails to win the senate seat. Thats all for now.--Gephart 21:13, 19 May 2006 (UTC)
I would like to clarify my comments and say that I believe you were acting without any intented bias and with good faith. I will be willing to also revisit and change my position if she does not win the seat, but, before I became a lawyer, I could tell you the prosecutor of Los Angele County when I lived there was Gil Garcetti. I dunno, maybe I just remember this stuff ;-) --Bobak 21:28, 19 May 2006 (UTC)

James O'Hagan[edit]

How can you not mention James O'Hagan in this article? Stop the cover-up. 168.122.82.106 22:07, 18 October 2006 (UTC)

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