Franken defends his win

  • Article by: PAT DOYLE
  • Updated: May 12, 2009 - 12:10 PM

In a response to arguments filed by Norm Coleman, Franken tells high court all is fair, square.

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jaw99May. 11, 09 3:59 PM

doesn't make it true. The panel made that very clear.

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nojusticeMay. 11, 09 3:59 PM

B.S., what about the other 8,000 absentee ballots that were not counted?? I suppose they all went to Franken! Complete B.S.!

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mvorceMay. 11, 09 4:00 PM

There may not be variations in the way counties handled absentee ballots but there were numerous variations in the way counties counted the ballots:)

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eunomianMay. 11, 09 4:02 PM

If the STRIB wants to limit coverage to glib analysis, it would be helpful to provide the readers a PDF of the respective court filings for both parties. At least then we would be able to create a context for understanding the parties' arguments, and, the STRIB's abstract summary thereof.

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selbro56May. 11, 09 4:03 PM

good balanced reporting once again by the Repubstrib...

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mtbikrMay. 11, 09 4:04 PM

Regardless of the outcome, it keeps a liberal out of the senate.

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lars1544May. 11, 09 4:07 PM

That is not up for debate. This process was not uniform, and unfortunately the Supreme court appears to be the only court that will hold up my constitutional right of equal protection. Coleman won the unbiased machine count. It took human intervention and human error (since humans are inherently flawed) to give Franken the victory. You can not deny that logic without being completely void of any intellectual honesty.

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stpaul111May. 11, 09 4:08 PM

Coleman, Pawlenty, Cheney and Limbaugh - what a team! The truth means nothing to these people - they will lie to get what they want.

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hdsteareMay. 11, 09 4:09 PM

Come on. This is beyond absurd. Objective and fair are not words in the dictionary any longer.

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loki1951May. 11, 09 4:09 PM

over soon and Al can be seated in June sometime. Then we can sit back and watch the swift boat ad campaign start in on health care reform.

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