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Do we care what you think, Hell, NO. Your losers. This is hurting your party.
I think Norm Coleman is a contemptible buffoon, I reluctantly support his right to flog this nonsense through whatever courts he thinks necessary. And even if, somehow, he manages to get declared the victor, then he'll be BOTH a Senator and a contemptible buffoon.
You didn't win! You didn't beat Jesse 'The Body', and you didn't beat Al.
That's probably the best thing for the state, right Norm?
And I think the Republicans couldn't do much more to insure that they DO NOT win a race in Minnesota for then next decade.
Glad to know that Norm is still hard at working gumming up the gears of our democracy.
as are all the republicans. Can only hope more get voted out in the next election. Your trickle down policies failed miserabley, go away already.
Any concession would forever brand them as a traitor to the Republican Party. And they have both been so vilified by the left that changing parties is not an option. Even if Dems hold out an olive branch to Coleman and encourage him to jump, we learned from Specter that they cannot be trusted (he lost seniority on all committees despite assurances to the contrary). There is no option now but to drag it on for as long as possible, like hanging on to the puck in a penalty kill.
people are sick of hearing about coleman crying
that he lost give it up and let the winner franklin in there we need somebody in there like yesterday
So Michael Steele speaks for Norm? Who speaks for us in Minnesota who are underrepresented in Congress during unprecedented times... Give it up Norm. Move on, let it go!!!
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