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Al Franken: incredibly, still on the wagon. Norm Coleman: hitting rock bottom but in denial. Michelle Bachmann: Raging clownaholic -- intervention urgently needed!
Coleman should be paying all the costs and expenses of both sides in his lawsuits if he loses.
How did the crook Coleman, pay his attorney fees? This story is quite one sided, not explaining anything about that.
The judge in the case said Coleman has to pay the winners costs. He and is fat-cat out of state Repub buddies MUST be held to account for the money Franken has had to spend to defend his legitimate eleection.
SORE LOSER COLEMAN MUST PAY
of time, especially seeing how severely flawed it has been. Let's just do a revote and be done with it
Mr Diaz will cite a quarter pound of Cheddar as his source, but will fail to mention that the poll is not scientific, statistically possible or even remotely factual
Wow, how do you really feel?? I don't think they were covering Coleman's side because the story was on how Franken still owed some money. I don't think it was attacking him, at least I didn't read it that way. I don't think it's appropriate to attack any U.S. Senator that way (or former in Coleman's case). It should be possible for civilized people to have a disagreement in opinion. Let's all take a deep breath and trust the judicial system. They agreed with your opinion for goodness sake. Settle down everyone
Hey Al, send the bill for this Quixotic windmill chase to the Strib. The geniuses on the Editorial board are in favor of continuing this legal fight, so let's let them pay.
the State of Minnesota. I thought the State Attorney Generals Office provided legal services for the DFL........I am sure why a DFLer should ever have to pay for anything.
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