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let me be the first one to predict the outcome
judges are political hacks when it comes to cases like this.
Page= votes for Franken
Anderson = votes for Coleman
Meyer = votes for Franken
Gildea = votes for Coleman
Dietzen = votes for Coleman
Coleman wins 3 to 2. They send the absentee ballots back to be counted checking them to make sure all meet the requirements, then its anybodys game
udges are political hacks and this case is going to prove it
They send the absentee ballots back to be counted checking them to make sure all meet the requirements, then its anybodys game
If they send the absentee ballots back with those instructions, Franken wins by 312. Those ballots have been checked at least three times and rejected each and every time.
Our election system is foolproof. It is so good that it selected the winner when the difference was only 312 votes out of 3 million. The beauty of it all is that an attempted theft of an election is exposed for what it is. There were 11,000 absentee ballots that violated Minnesota law with regard to the privilege of voting absentee and were ruled properly rejected at every stage of the Election Day, recount process, and contest appeal. The appeal to the Minnesota Supreme Court by the Coleman and GOP team with its high powered Washington lawyers wants to count 4400 of these ballots hand picked from Coleman counties and have them made legal. It does not mention the rest of the 11,000. That is because Al Franken won the 1300 that were improperly rejected by 6 votes to 4 votes. Coleman wants to count the 4 votes he thinks he won and forget the rest. Does it not seem strange that that percentage works out exactly? 11000 times 0.4 equals 4400. I donâ€™t think Minnesotans are so dumb as to fall for this charade of counting all votes! And certainly the wisest judges in the state have seen the charade from the beginning. The Minnesota Supreme Court will laugh Coleman out of the state taking Ben Ginsburg of Bush-Gore fame with him! They will show that Minnesota cannot be bought by the national GOP which has lost every battle since 2004 but continues to throw millions denigrating Minnesota's #1 election system in the nation's eyes. Minnesota's republican judges are not partisan and they will show it in this decision. It is now Minnesota's turn for revenge against those who disparage our election results and compare us to Florida and restoring the integrity of the election system second to none in the country!!
3 to 2 is the outcome. The specifics of how they will work it out so that Norm wins or has a chance of winning will be what occurs. Where there is a will there is a way. Politicians in robes I tell you, politicians in Robes
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