As Sen. John McCain's bus sped past Minnesota corn fields en route to a town hall meeting in Hudson this morning, he said the federal government has no business subsidizing farmers who grow that crop, or any other.
Speaking in Hudson Friday morning, Sen. John McCain drew a strong contrast between him and fellow Republican President Bush over environmental issues. Telling the audience that he traveled to environmentally important areas extensively at government expense, he said global warming is real.
Sen. John McCain fielded about a dozen questions, all but one from women in an audience that ranged from little girls clutching teddy bears and dolls to a contingent of local “royalty” wearing tiaras to business leaders to white-haired retirees.
Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain and his wife, Cindy, are expected to spend an hour or more in Hudson Friday morning when they host a "women-only" town meeting event at J & L Steel Erectors in the St. Croix Business Park.
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