Monday, January 05, 2009


Torn between two courses of encouragement ...

Minnesota's Canvassing Board -- headed by Minn. Sec. of State Mark Ritchie, who sailed into office on dollars provided by a nefarious ACORN-endorsed group called the Secretary of State Project -- says this former-druggie/ left-wing sombitch is now Minnesota's junior U.S. Senator:

Anyone who thought or said -- or who still thinks or says -- that Minnesota's senior U.S. Senator Norm Coleman had any chance of getting a fair shake after he beat Al "Cokenose" Franken in November is an idiot, or a left-wing idiot, or, well, an idiot.

There was NO WAY the liberals in Minnesota were going to let Coleman win a recount, and today's Wall Street Journal tells us 'bout it:

Minnesotans like to think that their state isn't like New Jersey or Louisiana, and typically it isn't. But we can't recall a similar recount involving optical scanning machines that has changed so many votes, and in which nearly every crucial decision worked to the advantage of the same candidate. The Coleman campaign clearly misjudged the politics here, and the apparent willingness of a partisan like Mr. Ritchie to help his preferred candidate, Mr. Franken. If the Canvassing Board certifies Mr. Franken as the winner based on the current count, it will be anointing a tainted and undeserving Senator.

If this were a perfect world -- in which most voting-age folks not only had a grasp of basic economics, but they'd readily switch votes when they learned that they were turning into office candidates who didn't know sh** 'bout basic economics -- I would encourage Norm Coleman to concede and immediately form a Coleman 2014 PAC. Folks in Minnesota, however, have a history of re-electing socialist fools ... see Wellstone!'s 1996 campaign.

Thus, I endorse each and every one of Norm Coleman's legal efforts to legally prove that he was partisanally (sp?) done wrong. He was, you know.

That said, if Al Franken -- I still can't fathom a confirmed former coke-nose with no elected experience serving in the U.S. Congress -- his left-wing ass, er, face should find its way into each and every GOP fundraising letter and TV ad ... especially GOP ads in swing-states like Florida, North Carolina, Arkansas, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, et al.

Maybe-Senator Al Franken: Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, and Bob Taft are no doubt spinning in their graves. There's a GOP ad right there.

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