Minnesota is missing a senator: Al Franken

Minnesota’s Supreme Court refused to certify Al Franken, opting to continue the litigation until the appeals run out–effectively denying their citizens equal representation. In a time when every vote does matter, is it coincidence that the state’s governor is a Republican?

Four months of recounts have given Al Franken the majority of votes. Is Minnesota going to sit this term one out?

Coleman is a loser, and he didn’t win the election. Wake up, Minnesotans!

Note: Aren’t conservatives against endless litigation? Wait…that’s only when the “common” people ask for safety, equality, or –gasp!–financial restitution!

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2 thoughts on “Minnesota is missing a senator: Al Franken

  1. Perhaps it is because Colman won and then during the recount ‘mysteriously uncounted’ votes were ‘found’ in all of the heavily Democratic counties?

    Maybe it is because the rules used to accept/reject were not similarly applied?

    Perhaps when the ‘common’ people wake up and see that the very party they are voting into office is the party that is keeping the country divided we will stop having this debate.

    • I think you hit the nail on the head right here.

      Perhaps it is because Colman won and then during the recount ‘mysteriously uncounted’ votes were ‘found’ in all of the heavily Democratic counties?

      Of course, I think you were using sarcasm, while I’m straight-faced. As the votes came in for Alaska’s November elections, convicted Republican Senator Ted Stevens was far ahead of his Democratic challenger–until the media (i.e., the people) pointed out the large discrepancy between exit polls and hard numbers; that’s when Alaskan precincts began to “find” votes.

      In Minnesota, if Coleman had actually won the election, a recount wouldn’t have been automatically triggered.

      How is it that the party we are voting into office (presumably you mean the Democrats) is the one keeping the country divided? Over the last eight years, this country was divided in the most vicious manner by George W. Bush, and his party of hate just keeps on spinning.

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