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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Walter Mondale
In the State of Hockey, even law schools have hockey teams.
Former Vice President Walter Mondale underwent heart surgery Wednesday, his family announced.
Political dignitaries joined family members at Saturday's memorial service for Joan Mondale, the wife of a former vice president who was remembered as "a highly charged battery of positive energy" for her passion and persistence about arts, politics and community.
Joan Mondale was given a grand platform when her husband was elected Jimmy Carter's vice president in 1976. And she used it.
The wife of former Vice President Walter Mondale has entered hospice care.
The much-anticipated operation was a brilliant success, but the patient died. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. is a clever surgeon, and he left a bloody mess to prove it. He's in the Mediterranean now, on the island of Malta, lecturing to European lawyers about how to "grow" in office, basking in the applause of fans of the welfare state.
Eleanor Mondale, the vivacious daughter of former Vice President Walter Mondale who carved out her own reputation as an entertainment reporter, radio show host and gossip magnet, has died at her home in Minnesota. She was 51.
It's Walter Mondale and Friends to the rescue in Minnesota, where the state's political elders have staged a third-party intervention.
Geraldine Ferraro's selection as Walter Mondale's Democratic running mate in the 1984 presidential election made her a winner as far as history was concerned, despite an unsuccessful campaign that proved to be a tough political slog against a popular incumbent.
Geraldine Ferraro, who in 1984 became the first female vice presidential candidate on a major U.S. party ticket, died Saturday in Boston, a family spokeswoman said.
How big a year was it for Minnesota's Republicans? Let's just say that if Ronald Reagan had been on the ballot Tuesday, he might have finally carried the state.
Walter Mondale said in a statement Monday that the family was thrilled by the decision that he says is a fitting tribute.
"That is worth its weight in political gold and it shows a side of him to the American people that this guy is not the forgetful, bumbling cowboy who can't remember how to put his socks on," he said.