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Coleman comes to the realization that he has at best approx 1001 Absentee Ballots left to even argue. Out of that, the court will eventually only agree with a portion of those approx 1001 ballots will ever be counted. Coleman also realizes that of these less than approx 1001 ballots, approx 15 percent will go to 3rd party candidates. Then of the few that are left, Coleman would have to win those ballots by an astronomical percentage higher than any single precinct he won in the entire state in order to beat Franken's lead. All that is left is the crying.
Let's git 'er done! Most of us bloggers who have been all over this & really workin' 24/7 won't be cryin' and we'll be lookin' for the next worthy project to help save humankind!
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