Wednesday, January 28, 2009

And You Thought Franken Was The Comedian In Minnesota Race

Turns out it's Coleman & Co.

Norm should call it a day and begin his campaign to unseat Franken now, since the longer Coleman drags this out, the angrier will be the taxpayer voters.


Dave1 said...

Just a few weeks ago Franken was saying "count every vote". Of course, he was behind then. Coleman's not much better, but no that Franken is ahead, he's not so interested in counting every vote.

The number of disputed ballots will likely be much larger than the margin of victory (remember Florida in 2000?).

A new election is the only sensible way to resolve this!

James Rowen said...

The votes have been counted and recounted. Coleman has lost.