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This guy is a thug.
Denise Cardinal and her sniveling, ignominious little band of piners are no-credibility not-to-be-believed partisan hacks. It figures that this newspaper gives such high profile print-space to a story like this. Ignore these whiners. And hats off to you, Senator Coleman, and to your wife Laurie, for taking the moral high ground.
Calling Al a thug just because his supporters want to hear the truth about the lawsuits filed against Senator Coleman, is like calling Coleman a fraud because he is.
I would like to see the 52 trips, that Coleman went on while he was on our payroll, investigated and what if anything the people paying for the trips received.
Coleman, in a statement said, "I not only welcome such an investigation, but I am eager to have it move forward immediately." Isn't that the approach your friend Ted "the felon" Stevens took? Be careful what you wish for!
Anybody catch the episode where Al played a crooked politician? Pretty convincing "acting".
Hey ski...did you watch/see the ad where Coleman played an honest politician? No? Don't sweat it, none of us saw it either because it doesn't....ROFLMAO
Why don't we investigate all these false votes that Franken is getting before the recount?
You liberals have no idea what it takes to make the world run. You expect handouts, handouts and more handouts from the government.
You decide what is worse - voter fraud or a little money that NEVER got to the campaign...
I realize the left has their undies in a bunch trying to steal this election but why does Sen. Coleman's wardrobe warrant such curiosity?
Coleman says he is "being used as a tool of extortion by private parties" and that "should be of concern to all Minnesotans.
if he thought ther was extortion occurring,why didn't he call the fbi himself?
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