MPR and everybody else is reporting on the House GOP Congressional plan, and while folks are noting that the shift of Collin Peterson's northern counties--and thus Peterson-- into the Range and Duluth for a new top-heavy Eighth CD poses a problem for DFLer Tarryl Clark, no one has mentioned the problems shifting Cravaack into the new Seventh poses for Republican Lee Byberg, who hopes once more to challenge Peterson.
The Pioneer Press reported earlier that Former Sen. Tarryl Clark buys Duluth condo, announces challenge to Rep. Chip Cravaack in Minnesota's 8th District.
A resident of Kandiyohi County, Byberg declared a second run against Peterson a while back, but hasn't received much attention--apparently, not even from his own party as they got their crayons out to cordon off the two districts.
The solution for both candidates is obvious.
Clark and her adorable husband Doug can remain in their home in St. Cloud (or shift it slightly to the west the St. Cloud Times reports she wouldn't have to move) and stick to her plan to release some whumpass on the accidential congressman Chip Cravaack.
Anchor baby and unsuccessful 2010 congressional candidate Lee Byberg can couch surf at the Clark condo in Duluth in anticipation of another drubbing at the hands of Peterson, who, having voted against health care reform, should prove sufficiently anti-choice for the MCCL overlords who hold such sway in up there.
Members of both parties can thank me by contributing massive amounts of secret corporate cash in the tip jar.