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OUr Senator elect is going to hit the ground runnning, once the court gets the cajones to end Coleman's charade. Al, make Minnesota proud!
Until such time as Coleman can come up with 249 additional votes, it will be "Sen.-elect" Franken," When Coleman concedes it will finally be "Sen. Franken"
Please tell us just one joke from Letterman, Leno or Colman about the stupidity of Minnesota voters. Or is this just another wingnut Limbaugh talking point?
You might think. The Republican Party will only be satisfied if President Obama's plans are derailed, even if it means taking down the whole country - and I do mean The United States of America.
It's nice to see one of our two candidates for Senate out trying to serve the public interests. Norm could take a page out of Al's book instead of sitting in a courtroom all day plotting his next appeal.
First Ventura, now Franken, who's next Dora the Explore?
Seriously, who does he think he is..... he is a private citizen....nothing more...he has not won anything as of yet. What gall, could you as a private citizen call a meeting of the mayors of three cities and have them show up at your beckon call...? Ventura, Franken, no wonder we have a circus, we keep electing clowns !!
andersod62, I suspect the mayors met with Franken of their own volition. They aren't at his beck and call (or, as you put it, "beckon call").
I think you meant, BECK AND CALL, andersod62. I love when republicans try to write.
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