What's that bumper sticker? Sportsmen for Bush, that's the one. Well, sportsmen, your fear of reasonable restrictions on poison-tipped, depleted-uranium bazooka shells will soon leave you with nothing to gun down in a flurry of hot lead:
One Minnesota lawmaker, Rep. John Kline, a Republican representing the state's 2nd District south of the Twin Cities, scored 0 percent. Another Minnesota Republican, Mark Kennedy, who represents the 6th District in central Minnesota, scored 11 percent. Kennedy is running for U.S. Senate in Minnesota.
Minnesota U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman, a Republican, scored 35 percent while Sen. Mark Dayton, a Democrat, scored 80 percent.
Kline gets more doughnuts than a cop with 1,000 shares of Krispy Kreme.
The League of Conservation Voters concluded:
The league called Kline and Kennedy "embarrassingly out of step with Minnesota voters" on conservation, energy and public health issues.
Kline also scored a 0% in 2004 and a 5% in 2003.